Crypto news digest for August 8
Bitcoin has exceeded $24 thousand, and this is not the only positive news on Monday, August 8th. CoinShark journalists offer to learn the latest news about cryptocurrencies, NFTs, licensing and mining.
Coca-Cola has prepared a series of NFTs dedicated to International Friendship Day. Holders of these and other tokens of the company will be able to claim rewards and privileges, buy goods from the limited edition of Coca-Cola Creations.
The TRON blockchain became more popular in July. The number of funds blocked (TVL) increased by 49%. This figure rose from $3.95 billion on July 1 to $5.91 billion at the end of the month.
The Central Bank of Portugal is considering 12 licensing applications in this country. Among them is the application of the Binance exchange. These companies are not even afraid that local banks began to close the accounts of crypto firms.
Crypto.com bought 2 South Korean companies with the appropriate licenses from the regulators. We are talking about the PnLink platform and the OK-BIT cryptocurrency provider. Now the exchange can legally operate in South Korea.
Miner Hut 8 Mining from Canada holds 7,736 BTC worth $178 million at the end of July. 330 BTC were mined in July. On average, 10.6 BTC were mined daily. At the beginning of August, the company's hashrate was 2.92 EH/s.
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