XRP NFT collection unveiled by Thinking Crypto podcast
The Thinking Crypto Podcast has announced the release of 102 non-fungible tokens (NFTs) minted on the XRP ledger.
These AI robot-themed NFTs, inspired by various cryptocurrencies, come with exclusive perks and benefits, including access to special interviews and discord groups. Two of these NFTs will be given away through a subscription to the podcast’s Substack email newsletter, while the remaining 100 will be available for sale on the Sologenic Marketplace starting April 19.
The video also covers recent news including that ethereum (ETH) has rebounded, moving above $2,000, and bitcoin (BTC) has surpassed $30,000 despite expectations of a decline following the Shapella upgrade. A cryptocurrency analyst noted that bitcoin’s moving averages indicate a rising slope and that the entire teal range now represents valid support.
The DXY or dollar currency index continues its decline, historically leading to increased asset prices. Additionally, the NASDAQ and altcoin market are displaying bullish signs. In an effort to transform Twitter into a super app, CEO Elon Musk has partnered with eToro, allowing users to buy and sell stocks and assets through the social media platform.
London Stock Exchange group-owned clearinghouse LCH SA is collaborating with FCA-regulated trading venue global futures and options to offer clearing on cash-settled bitcoin index futures and options through a new service called Digital Asset Clear.
The partnership will enable LCH to cater to institutional firms seeking regulated exposure to cryptocurrencies.
LimeWire, the popular file-sharing app, has introduced a simulation game rewarding players with its upcoming ERC-20 token, LWMR, for downloading nostalgic music from the early 2000s.
The top 1,000 players will be able to use LWMR tokens to purchase NFTs. In related news, Uniswap’s mobile app is now available on the Apple app store, allowing users to swap currencies and purchase crypto using debit cards through MoonPay.
During a recent webinar featuring industry leaders, Cathie Wood called for comprehensive crypto regulations. The event took place as EU member nations compete to become the first major jurisdiction to regulate the sector, with voting on the final text of the markets in crypto assets (MiCA) set to conclude this month.
Utah lawmakers have passed two blockchain bills aimed at establishing verifiable credentials on-chain and granting decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) similar rights as limited liability companies.
Binance has introduced a new range of cloud mining products for bitcoin, while the HBAR Foundation announced integration with Korea’s leading blockchain wallet, Descent Wallets, highlighting its momentum and partnerships with major companies like Google, Boeing, and IBM.