- Following an agreement with Crypto.com, the Staples Center, the home of the Los Angeles Lakers, will be renamed ‘Crypto.com Arena’ next month. The 20-year naming rights agreement would go into effect on December 25.
- El Salvador is set to inaugurate Bitcoin City backed by $1B BTC bonds. The development of Bitcoin City will see the proactive involvement of prominent crypto companies, including cryptocurrency exchange Bitfinex and Adam Back’s Blockstream.
- VanEck’s Bitcoin futures-based exchange traded fund (ETF) is slated to launch under the ticker XBTF on the Cboe exchange.
- The general price index decreased by -6.66%, and the volume and volatility indices also decreased -4.54% and -16.89% respectively.
- Lakers’ Staples Center to be renamed ‘Crypto.com Arena’ in $700M deal
- El Salvador to inaugurate Bitcoin City backed by $1B Bitcoin bonds
- Meme coin FLOKI ad campaign under investigation by UK advertisements watchdog
- AVAX hits all-time high after Ava Labs’ deal with Deloitte
- Brave introduces built-in browser wallet for Ethereum
- Fidelity approved to become Canada’s first institutional Bitcoin custodian
- Acala wins first Polkadot parachain auction with over 32M DOT staked
- India To launch first version Of CBDC next year
- Binance integrates Ethereum Layer 2 network Arbitrum One
- Digital Euro as a legal tender in the EU area Is a likely outcome, says top ECB official
- Circle to invest in Japanese yen stablecoin as part of expansion to Asia
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