Elon Musk’s Boring Company Accepts Dogecoin

Elon Musk’s Boring Company Accepts Dogecoin

  • Account holders at now-bankrupt Voyager shouldn’t expect to get all their crypto back. “Bloomberg”

  • Elon Musk’s Boring Company will accept Dogecoin for rides on its Las Vegas transit system. “Bitcoin News”

  • The bank of England is unlikely to offer a digital form of the pound that works like banknotes. “Bloomberg”

  • Crema Finance agreed to pay 1.6 million dollars’ worth of crypto to the hacker. “U Today”

  • Research has shown there is 140 billion dollars ready to be deployed into the crypto market. “Forbes”

  • The Game Storm has entered into a partnership with Ready Games in order to develop Web 3 games. “U Today”

  • Bitstamp scraps plans to charge a 10 Euro fee against inactive users, following heavy criticism. “Coin Telegraph”

  • Cardano flexibility reaches higher levels as NFT-DeFi bridge already offers users NFT-backed loans. “U Today”

  • China’s cabinet stressed the need to bolster information security, following a huge leak of personal data. “Bloomberg"

  • US federal government employees who own as little as 100 dollars in crypto are now banned from working on policy or regulation concerning digital assets. “Coin Telegraph”