Elon Musk’s company SpaceX invests in cryptocurrencies, Robinhood is preparing to pay a fine, major cryptocurrencies are getting more expensive – these and other news on the morning of July 22 in our review.
Bitcoin (BTC) formed a local maximum in the $ 32,400 area and began a correction. As of 06:29 (Moscow time), the cryptocurrency is trading at $ 31,934.
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The second largest cryptocurrency by capitalization – Ethereum – failed to gain a foothold above the key mark of $ 2,000. As of this writing, the coin is trading at $ 1971.
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In the top 10 most capitalized cryptocurrencies, Ethereum (+ 9.51%) showed the best daily result. During the week, all coins, with the exception of the stablecoins Tether and USD Coin, lost in value. The largest losses were recorded at Polkadot (-12.85%).
In the top 100 most capitalized cryptocurrencies, Axie Infinity (+ 35.74%) showed the best daily growth, and NEM (+ 17.63%) over the week. During the last 24 hours, UNUS SED LEO (-16.45%) has been losing more actively than others. The largest losses for the week were recorded at THORChain (-27.50%).
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Breaking news on the morning of July 22
- Elon Musk spoke about the crypto investments of the space technology manufacturer SpaceX, which he controls. The businessman shared information about this during a speech at The B Word conference. The Block.
According to Elon Musk, SpaceX has invested in bitcoin. He did not disclose the amount. We will remind, earlier another company controlled by the businessman – Tesla – invested in BTC.
- Goldman Sachs, one of the world’s largest investment banks, revealed that more than half of wealthy family offices want to invest in cryptocurrency. Writes about it Bloomberg.
About 15% of family offices – clients of Goldman Sachs – have already invested in cryptocurrency, according to a financial institution. Another 45% of market participants surveyed by the bank plan to invest in digital assets.
- Online broker Robinhood will pay a fine of $ 30 million. This information appeared in the report of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
The reason for imposing a fine on Robinhood was insufficient, according to regulators, measures aimed at combating money laundering in operations with cryptocurrencies.
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We will remind, earlier in the network there was information that Beijing urged not to politicize the Olympic Games because of the digital yuan.
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