Weekly Report (01 – 07 August 22) | What Happened This Week In Crypto
This Report will provide you with some essential and quick news about cryptocurrencies that happened around the world.
Dogecoin ($DOGE), a popular meme-based cryptocurrency, was introduced on 6 December 2013 as a “fun and friendly online money.” Dogecoin is “a decentralised, peer-to-peer digital money” whose mascot is a Shiba Inu named “Doge”…[continue reading]
The developer of Ethereum explained ZK-Rollup technology, the obstacles that a “100% complete” Ethereum would encounter, and why the next three years should serve as a testing ground for blockchain applications…[continue reading]
Michi Lumin, the key developer of the Dogecoin Foundation has announced the inaugural release of libdogecoin, the C library containing Dogecoin building blocks. Libdogecoin is a C library that provides lightweight, direct integration of Dogecoin across several platforms without requiring blockchain expertise from developers…[continue reading]
According to a blog post published on Thursday, cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has partnered with BlackRock, the world’s most effective asset management, to provide its customers direct access to cryptocurrencies, beginning with Bitcoin (BTC)…[continue reading]
MicroStrategy’s former CEO, Michael Saylor has resigned, but the corporation will continue to hold Bitcoin (BTC). Microstrategy reveals in a new statement that Saylor will become its new executive chairman on August 8, focusing on innovation and long-term company strategy…[continue reading]