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Coinbase’s Brian Armstrong says he has 2 million bitcoins while Big Eyes coin raised $10.3 million in presale

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Cryptocurrencies endured a tough 2022 due to frequent stock market crashes. The glut of the market with cryptocurrencies has led to a sharp drop in prices as people lose confidence in their value and change their buying options. However, crypto analysts predict that cryptocurrencies will remain a popular digital component for users despite their price volatility.

Brian Armstrong, CEO of cryptocurrency trading company Coinbase, recently stated that the organization owns 2 million bitcoins (BTC). Bitcoin, the godfather of cryptocurrency, has recently gained 4.65%, showing signs that the cryptocurrency is starting to recover. Meanwhile, the next Meme Big Eyes Coin (BIG) token has reached another major milestone in its short existence, surpassing $10 million in its sixth presale.

Brian Armstrong’s Coinbase Stores 2 Million Bitcoins

Bitcoin (BTC) is a digital currency that provides secure peer-to-peer internet transactions. The invention of Bitcoin was a cryptographic breakthrough that led to the creation of the crypto market. The blockchain network is software that acts like a ledger, recording every bitcoin transaction. The computer network is used to distribute and validate bitcoins. It is not subject to the authority of any company, government or intermediary. As of September 30, 2022, the company owns 2 million bitcoins worth $39.9 billion, according to Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong.

The information provided by Armstrong comes at a time when the general public is focused on foreign exchange balance sheets following the sharp collapse of FTX. Armstrong also shared a letter from the company’s shareholders, which includes a full list of Coinbase assets. The Coinbase CEO’s Twitter statements followed discussions about proof of reserves and financial audits. According to CoinMarketCap, the price of BTC on November 23, 2022 is £13,926. This is an increase of 4.65% from yesterday’s £13,279, a decrease of 3.64% from the previous week and a decrease of 14.41% from the previous month.

Big Eyes Coin Hits Record $10.3 Million in Presale

In less than a year of existence, Big Eyes Coin (BIG) has had a noticeable impact not only on the meme industry, but on the crypto market as a whole. The blockchain network emerged in mid-2022, at a time when the first crash of the cryptocurrency had a negative impact on crypto giants such as Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Solana (SOL) and Terra (LUNA). Big Eyes Coin captivated the public for the first time with its recognizable mascot, an anime/manga inspired cat with adorably large pupils. Mascot has taken a different approach to the brand as Meme coins such as Dogecoin, Shiba Inu and Floki Inu are primarily focused on dogs.

Along with its aesthetically distinct avatar, Big Eyes Coin sought to include sustainable features in the project, demonstrating its commitment to improving the quality of not only the decentralized financial environment, but also the ecology of the real world. BIG achieves this by donating 5% of its available tokens to offshore conservation organizations. Feasibility period for the Big Eyes Coin.

The Meme coin recently reached another milestone by raising $10.3 million in its sixth round of pre-sale. Ahead of the annual Black Friday sales, Big Eyes Coin has added an incentive to join the community with promo code BLACKFRIDAY50. Take part in the most talked about upcoming Meme game right now!


For more information about the Big Eyes Coin (BIG) click on the links below:

Website: https://bigeyes.space/

Telegram: https://t.me/BIGEYESOFFICIAL

Twitter: https://twitter.com/BigEyesCoin

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDRr9KhHQRw

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Germain graduated from the faculty of journalistic communications, studied philosophy for two years and served as editor-in-chief of the local semi-annual review. He started writing websites in July 2018 and is currently a project manager and trainer in the field.

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