Working together as the Centre Consortium, the firms claimed in a blog post that USDC reached that milestone quicker than any other digital dollar stablecoin. Most of that increase came on June 22, when the supply jumped from about $731 million to $920 million—rising by about one-third.
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Craig Wright’s wife, Ramona Watts, knows nothing about how Bitcoin works. Considering that her husband claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous author of the Bitcoin whitepaper, you’d think she might be aware that a Bitcoin private encryption key is not like a Mercedes key. At least Ira Kleiman was honest (or self-aware) enough to tell the court that he does “not really” know much about how Bitcoin works. Ira is suing Wright for half of a $10 billion cache of bitcoins mined by Nakamoto in the early days of Bitcoin. Here’s a beauty from her March 19, 2020 deposition, which was unsealed on June 27. In it, Ramona Watts was asked by…
Sunday ended a bad week for bitcoin, with a dip below $9,000 kept to a brief flirtation—investors hope. But there’s plenty of optimism to go around, as two models predict big bitcoin price increases coming—possibly mirroring or surpassing the 2017 bubble’s $20,000 mark. And China surprised absolutely no one by announcing that it will be tracking large(ish) digital yuan transactions by default.