The dollar is powering a slowdown in the global economy that would take the U.S. down along with it.
According to data from CoinMarketCap, a whopping US$200 billion of market cap was wiped out in just 24 hours from digital assets.
Earlier this week, as key indices such as the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite tanked, marquee meme names such as GameStop (+10.12%) and AMC Entertainment (+8.06%) shocked observers by staging…
Bybit, one of the world’s fastest growing cryptocurrency exchanges, premiered the “Crypto Slang Challenge”, the second episode of its crypto-inspired series #BybitLevelUpChallenges.
It’s probably safe to say that that dreaded season for digital assets has finally arrived and no, it’s not because of the price of Bitcoin.
The surprise inflation numbers surprised markets in a bad way and sparked a sharp selloff in bonds and equities, led primarily by tech.
Pepsi announced a first-ever innovative second screen NFT experience in partnership with Billboard and MRC Live & Alternative to provide a new way for fans to engage with live entertainment.
T&B Media Global (Thailand) is accelerating the development of its Translucia Metaverse, with three global partners from other countries attending the brainstorming workshop in Bangkok recently to finalize the conceptual…
UST lost its peg, plunging to as low as US$0.67 at one stage before retracing to US$0.80 – hardly the stuff of stability and adding a dose of irony to…
Looking at the data, it’s not as if the entire stock market is in capitulation mode – just its most frothy components and that appears to be driven by valuation.