Dogecoin surges 25% after Musk tweets that Tesla adopts payments in DOGE

    Dogecoin soared 25% and briefly topped the $0.2 price range following Tesla’s announcement that it would begin accepting the meme coin. Tesla CEO, Elon Musk, tweeted that the automaker would finally begin accepting DOGE, a move that the meme coin community had greatly anticipated. Musk, a big proponent of Doge, had teased this adoption numerous…

    Public companies raised their Bitcoin holdings significantly in 2021

    The quantity of Bitcoin held by private corporations increased significantly during 2021, compared to the previous year. The amount of BTC held by public companies has gained significant market share since February 2021. On Monday, on-chain analyst Willy Woo tweeted that public companies holding “significant BTC have gained market share from spot ETFs as a…

    Over $7.7 billion was stolen in crypto scams in 2021

    Over $7.7 billion was stolen in crypto scams worldwide in 2021, or an 81% rise compared to 2020, the Chainalysis report said. Including rug pulls in the DeFi ecosystem accounted for over $2.8 billion stolen, or 37% of all cryptocurrency scam revenue, compared to 1% the year before. According to a new report by blockchain…

    Santa Floki coin surges over 18,000% in 2 days after Elon Musk’s tweet

    A meme-coin named after tech billionaire Elon Muk’s dog surged more than 18,000% in value after the Tesla CEO posted a photo of his dog on Twitter. According to CoinMarketCap data, Santa Floki cryptocurrency – named in a Christmas-themed reference to Musk’s Shiba Inu canine, was up in total above 18,000% over the next 48…

    Shiba Inu surpasses Bitcoin and Dogecoin as the most viewed crypto in 2021

    Shiba Inu outperformed Bitcoin and Ethereum to become the most viewed cryptocurrency in 2021 on the CoinMarketCap crypto data aggregator, with 188 million views. Dogecoin was ranked in the 3rd position among the most viewed cryptocurrencies in 2021 with 107 million views, followed by Cardano and Ethereum with 86 million views and 81 million views,…

    Cryptocurrencies fall by 20% overnight, wiping out $550 billion of crypto market cap

    Bitcoin plunged along with other cryptocurrencies on Saturday, which is another indication of the risk aversion sweeping across financial markets. The biggest cryptocurrency was down about 18%, the largest one-day loss since September. Bitcoin was trading at $46,743 by 11:30 GMT on Yahoo Finance on Saturday, down 18% on the day. It was the largest…