Crypto Sunday #144 – Cryptocurrency News Roundup: Tesla sells its Bitcoin (BTC), lays off employees, very profitable STEPN, Binance outperforms Coinbase, Kucoin tops –

A week that ends with the price of Bitcoin (BTC) dropping after it topped $24,000 on Binance a few days ago.

A still uncertain crypto sector amid a bear market that continues to clear companies in financial difficulty.

Cryptocurrency exchange FTX has offered bankrupt Voyager Digital a rescue plan that says it is ready to help liquidated platform users so they can recover their locked cryptocurrencies on their Voyager account faster. for its part announced the layoff of 1/4 of its workforce!

Not to mention the giant Tesla, which revealed that it has sold 75% of its bitcoin (BTC) holdings.

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More positive news with Kucoin, which has just surpassed 20 million users on its platform.

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Let’s take a look at the key crypto news of the week.

Tesla has sold most of its bitcoin (BTC) holdings lays off 25% of its employees

Three Arrows Capital (3AC) fund in liquidation owes $3.5 billion to creditors

KuCoin Announces It Has Passed 20 Million Users Milestone

Move-to-Earn STEPN (GMT) App Announces $122M Profit in Q2 2022

Binance is the crypto exchange that is ahead of Coinbase in terms of the number of bitcoins (BTC).

FTX Proposes Takeover Plan for Failed Voyager Platform That Will Allow Users to Get Back Their Cryptocurrency Faster

After 8 years, Jed McCaleb, co-founder of Ripple, finally finished selling his billions of XRP tokens received as compensation when leaving

Yuga Labs, creator of the NFT Bored Ape Yacht Club, introduced 4,500 players to the under construction OtherSide metaverse.

Crypto exchanges Coinbase, CryptoCom and Gemini receive new digital asset provider licenses in Europe

Happy Sunday and see you on Monday for more information about cryptocurrency.


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