The unique NFT art was part of the first drop on Nifty Gateway by Beeple, also known as Mike Winkelmann. The record-setting price was obtained when “CROSSROAD #1/1” was resold on the secondary market, the company said on Twitter. “History has been made,” it added. “We can confirm that this is a legitimate sale - this was brokered by Nifty Gateway's art buying services."
It’s time for crypto to stop thinking small: An interview with Meltem Demirors
The outspoken chief strategy officer of CoinShares believes the crypto community has forgotten it willed Bitcoin into reality, worries government-issued stablecoins will kill privacy, and explains why she ‘could give two fucks’ about JPMorgan
“I think our aspirations are so small. Making Bitcoin institutional? I could give two fucks if JPMorgan cares about Bitcoin. It does nothing for me as a person, and it makes me sad that so many people have made institutional adoption a goal," Demirors said.
Verge, PornHub’s first crypto, suffers 51% attack a half million blocks deep
Hackers reversed all the transactions processed on the Verge network in the last 200 days
“The past 200 days worth of $XVG transaction history just vanished," tweeted Coinmetrics network data product manager Lucas Nuzzi. "This is likely the deepest reorg that has ever taken place in a 'top 100' cryptocurrency.”
Crypto critic Nouriel Roubini: MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor a ‘coke addict’
Three days in, CoinDesk TV had its first controversy in an interview with prominent Bitcoin and cryptocurrency critic Nouriel Roubini, who also called Tether a “criminal enterprise”
When asked about institutional investors buying bitcoin Roubini, an NYU economics professor, launched into a diatribe about the first cryptocurrency not being an asset but a “speculative bubble”—which he’s said many times— before calling MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor a “coke head," accusing Elon Musk of "market manipulation" and saying stablecoin-issuer Tether is a “criminal enterprise.”