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Crypto News of the Day (24.2.) | The Simpsons say they know who Satoshi is and explain how cryptocurrencies work and other news

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Crypto News of the Day (24.2.) | The Simpsons say they know who Satoshi is and explain how cryptocurrencies work and other news

Here you can find an overview of the most important events that took place during the last day in the cryptoworld.




Over the weekend, the $ 10,000 threshold was tested twice at Bitcoin, but both attempts were ultimately unsuccessful. The current price is again below the $ 10,000, to $ 9,550 and is currently falling. Altcoins again follow the market leader and fall as well.


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The Simpsons say they know who Satoshi is and explain how digital tokens work


One of the best television series in the world has made a huge promotion of cryptocurrencies. In the 13th episode of The Simpsons 31, which was aired on Sunday, the animated show is dedicated to explaining cryptocurrencies for 80 seconds. The Simpsons are watched by several million viewers around the world, which is a great advertising for cryptocurrencies. You can see the scene here.



J. P. Morgan: The rise of digital currencies is here


One of the world’s leading banks, JP Morgan, has issued a report confirming their belief in digital assets. The launch of JPM Coin was a big surprise for the whole cryptocommunity, despite the controversial remarks of the Executive Director. The company doubled its blockchain ambitions.


Qatar billionaire wants to sue Facebook for crypto fraud


Qatar business tycoon, Wissam Al Mana, sued the Facebook social network after failing to take action against a cryptic fraud where someone used his photo for promotional purposes. Al Mana has filed a lawsuit against this social network on Facebook in Dublin, Ireland.


Former CFTC leader Christopher Giancarlo wants a digital USD


Former Chairman of the Commission on Commodities and Futures (CFTC), Christopher Giancarlo argues that it is time for the Federal Reserve (FED) to issue a digital currency. He told Yahoo Finance that the Federal Reserve must switch to digital currency to compete with China and its digital yuan.


Japanese authorities are discussing the digital currency


Japan’s financial and monetary authorities are accelerating the process of creating the digital currency. The Ministry of Finance, the Japanese Central Bank and the Financial Services Agency held an unpublished number of meetings to discuss the possible introduction of a digital currency issued by the Central Bank.


Central bankers of Canada, Holland and Ukraine do not want a blockchian for the CBDC


World bank representatives discussed their digital currency projects in Kiev, Ukraine last week. The one-day conference was organized by the Central Bank of Ukraine, a major pioneer of the CBDC, where in 2018 it ran its own crypto currency project.


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All content in this article is for informational purposes only and in no way serves as investment advice. Investing in cryptocurrencies, commodities and stocks is very risky and can lead to capital losses.

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