The markets are … boring. Maybe, however, we will be able to interest you with some news from the past period.
Winklevoss brothers are looking for 5,000 btc
The Winklevoss twins, today’s live cryptocurrency market legends and Gemini stock exchange owners, sue one of Charlie Shrem’s investors, due to 5,000 missing bitcoins in 2012. They claim that he illegally seized their cryptocurrencies. Shrema’s lawyer, Brian Klein, denied the accusation of the brothers and found it unfounded.
Ethereum still with Buterin
Vitalik Buterin had to rectify his last statement, which the media interpreted as a harbinger of his departure from the Ethereum project. In the past month, the creator of ETH suggested that the process of its withdrawal “is already under way”. He also suggested that investors should not worry about it, because Ethereum will survive without it. According to his rectification, he was more concerned with the fact that “Ethereum ceases to depend” on him, but also “very far away” to leave.
Lamborghini joins forces with #MetaHash
The car manufacturer Lamborghini wants to have its own token.
When we design and manufacture, we do it with solid planning, technology implementation, adaptation to the environment for maximum efficiency and safety, without losing sight of the prestige and reliability we have gained over decades. Thanks to our team of experts, we introduce innovations and overcome emerging challenges that improve each day. #MetaHash and his community are sharing and supporting the same guidelines. This is a predetermined choice – says Jorge Antonio Fernández García, CEO Lamborghini LATAM.
We are honored that we can work with Lamborghini as one of the most powerful brands in the world. Our partnership is a great example that blockchain is spreading in various industries and is gaining more and more interest and trust. Super fast blockchain for super sports cars. Good connection! – emphasizes his enthusiasm Anton Agranovsky, co-founder of #MetaHash.
In this case, Blockchain will store data and help to carry out super-fast transactions.
Young Germans want cryptocurrency
Consumer centers of Hesse and Saxony asked in a survey about how Germany perceives the issue of risk in investing in cryptocurrencies. 70 percent of participants in the study said it was “risky” or “very risky” activity.
What is not so surprising, you can see a strong correlation between the risk assessment and the age of the respondent. 54 per cent of people aged 30 to 39 consider cryptocurrency investments to be dangerous, but already 28 per cent of respondents aged 18 to 29 perceive the risk as acceptable.
Wolf Brandes, leader of the financial market team at the Consumer Center in Hesse, notes:
“Investors need to know: cryptocurrencies in terms of investments are gray [unofficial] capital markets, there is no regulation or investor protection.”