Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time

In today’s technology news: Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time.

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Here is a post about “crypto IPOs: what to know and who to watch”

In today’s gaming token news from JapanEnjin Coin has received approval from the country’s JVCEA to be listed on the cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck”


This makes Enjin Coin “the first gaming token authorized for usage in the Asian nation.”

Analysts at JP Morgan are saying that Bitcoin’s price must pass $40k to halt exodus of traders”

Let’s see how well this works out for them:

The firm behind Ripple is apparently pinning their “hopes on the Biden administration”

Co-incidentally, a co-founder of Ripple “sold 28.6 million XRP — roughly $8.5 million at the time of publication” after the Ripple SEC lawsuit was announced.

According to this report “over 31% of people in Latin America want to invest in Bitcoin

No word yet on what percentage of people in Latin America want to be livin’ la vida loca.

This post claims that “Bitcoin’s turbulence helps kindle rally in largest rival Ether”

In related news:

Co-incidence *still* does not equal causation.

The ice-cold news is thatBitcoiners mining cryptocurrency at home this winter have been staving off freezing temperatures by putting them to good use as heaters”

The folks at the South China Morning Post are reporting that “a Hong Kong woman had been robbed at knifepoint during an in-person meeting after trading her Tether (USDT) tokens for HK$3.5 million”

Be safe out there.

Darker news for traders on the darknet as “darknet markets go dark”

Spoiler alert:

“Some arrests were made but questions remain unanswered.”

Tap your ruby slippers and follow the yellow brick road to this post about “every reason why Bitcoin will not fail”