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- Google announced a deal with a major crypto exchange Coinbase to allow certain customers to pay their Cloud services using crypto-assets such as Bitcoin (BTC) early 2023, according at CNBC. The deal was announced at Google’s Cloud Next conference, he said. Over time, Google will enable many more customers to make payments with cryptocurrency, Amit Zavery, vice president and general manager and chief platform officer at Google Cloud, reportedly told CNBC. Coinbase will move some of its apps to Google’s cloud.
- Payment platform Wirex announcement the launch of USD coin (USDC) on the Stellar (XLM) blockchain in the Wirex app. He added that this announcement is an important step in an ongoing collaboration between Wirex and the development of the Stellar Development Foundation (SDF), the non-profit organization that supports the growth and development of the Stellar network.
- Californian start-up Ripple announcement its first On-Demand Liquidity (ODL) client in France by partnering with lemonway, a Paris-based payment provider for online marketplaces. It also announced a second new ODL customer, its first in Sweden – Swedish money transfer provider xbahtwhich allows the movement of money between Sweden and Thailand.
- Cable news channel CNN ended his Web3 experience. By an announcement, he “decided it was time to say goodbye” to Vault by CNN. He added that he learned a lot from his “first foray into Web3” and that the non-fungible token Vault (NFT) collection “will live”.
- Decentralized communication protocol for Web3 Push protocol announced the launch of its native Web3 messaging application and wallet-to-wallet communication protocol, Instant chat. By After the announcement, the team launched the Push Chat alpha and opened up access to select users from the Push community. Polygon Wallet is a launch partner of Push Chat, setting the stage for intra-wallet chat, they said.
- Coinbase announcement on Monday that he received a license from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) as part of its expansion in Asia. “Getting this approval in principle from MAS is an important milestone as we plan to launch our full suite of retail, institutional and ecosystem products,” he said.
- Layer 1 Blockchain QAN platform became the target of a bridge hack that resulted in the theft of some 1.43 billion QANX, worth more than a million dollars. blockchain security company Shield sounded the alarm first, with QANplatform confirming that “the bridge smart contract which is offline was hacked and the attacker managed to withdraw tokens”.
- blockchain security company Supremacy Inc. said today that decentralized finance (Challenge) aggregator ParaSwap may have been compromised, possibly due to a profanity vulnerability, and funds may have been stolen across multiple channels. ParaSwap refuse any vulnerability, saying he will post an analysis and explanation later.
- Digital Anubi unveiled DUOa service that allows its customers to deploy digital assets in pairs to Uniswap (United) liquidity pools and earn a stream of crypto rewards over time, said the press release.
- Bahamas-based digital asset investment firm Limited digital gem provided MinePlex, a next-generation digital ecosystem, “with up to $100 million in funding,” a press release said. “The funding will be used to advance the global penetration of the MinePlex ecosystem and the development of new banking technologies,” he said.
- Bitcoin minor Generation Greenidge expects a GAAP net loss of between $20 million and $22 million for the third quarter, it said in its preliminary financial and operating results. Greenidge announced expected revenue of $29 million.
- As he celebrates five years of Bitcoin mining Bit Farms said that in September 2022, it reached an operating capacity of 176 MW, a hashrate of 4.2 exahash/second (EH/s) and around 2% market share of the Bitcoin network.