Sneaker giant Adidas is stepping into the world of cryptocurrencies.
Cryptocurrency exchange Kraken has announced support for the meme cryptocurrency shiba inu (SHIB). Deposits are now live and SHIB trading is expected to commence on Tuesday.
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Cryptocurrencies survived one of the largest market shocks since the earliest days of the pandemic last week, with El Salvador a notable dip buyer, while investors decided not to share Adidas’ excitement over a foray into the buzzy metaverse. El Salvador’s plans to build the world’s first “Bitcoin City” https://www.reuters.com/markets/rates-bonds/el-salvador-plans-first-bitcoin-city-backed-by-bitcoin-bonds-2021-11-21 and Adidas’s entry were the bright spots for digital assets in a week that saw major cryptocurrencies clobbered by fears over the new coronavirus variant Omicron. Bitcoin was down 0.5% on Monday and has lost about 17% of its value from a record $69,000 over the past 19 days.
Coinstore’s $120-million fund, which is allocated for India expansion, will be deployed towards marketing, hiring, and development of crypto-related products and services for the Indian market.
Crypto exchanges have recorded a 15-50% drop in new sign-ups in November so far. They have also posted a dip in their monthly transactions after some investors squared off positions and adopted a “wait and watch” mode.
By Nupur Anand MUMBAI (Reuters) – Singapore-based virtual currency exchange Coinstore has begun operations in India at a time when the Indian government is preparing legislation to effectively bar most private cryptocurrencies.