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Hodler’s Digest, Nov. 7-13 -Breaking


Elon Musk dumps $1.1B in Tesla stock, NYCCoin launches with mayor’s blessing and Mastercard pushes crypto-linked cards in Asia: Hodler’s Digest, Nov. 7-13

For the first time, crypto markets have a combined $3T market capital

The combined crypto market capital reached $3 trillion at the beginning of the week. Market volatility is a common theme this year. The initial market cap was $2.62 Trillion during May’s peak bull run. However, it crashed down to $1.24 Trillion in July.

CoinGeckos Data tracks 10,418 digital assets across 518 crypto exchanges. And the surge momentum in 2021’s second half comes on the back (BTCEther (ETHThe (DOT), (SOL) are all at new highs.

BREAKING NEWS: Mastercard (NYSE) introduces crypto-linked cards in Asia-Pacific

NewYorkCityCoin launching this week with Mayor-elect Eric Adams’ blessing

Tesla stock sold by Elon Musk for $1.1B (NASDAQ:

Zimbabwe might be the next nation to adopt Bitcoin legal tender

Bitcoin to hit $250K in January 2022 but ‘invalidate’ S2FX BTC price model New prediction

Nigeria’s central bank reportedly freezes crypto traders’ accounts

Shares of Coinbase (NASDAQ) to Open Lower after Q3 Net Income Drop 75%

Beeple’s Discord compromised, timed to coincide with Christie’s auction

As price wars heat up, meme tokens and dogscoins flood onto the market

The unrivalled opportunity for investment in blockchain-based startups

For the soul of Metaverse, Crypto Kids fight Facebook (NASDAQ:).

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Mike Robinson
Mike covers the financial, utilities and biotechnology sectors for Street Register. He has been writing about investment and personal finance topics for almost 12 years. Mike has an MBA in Finance from Wake Forest University.