Crypto Market Highlights: General News
- The Domain Name “000.eth” Has Been Sold For More Than 300,000 USD. Ethereum domain name “000.eth” has just found a buyer for 300 ETH, equivalent to nearly 320,000 USD in the sale. Purely symbolic, it should be noted that the .eth domain name is limited to 3 characters, so in theory it is one of the main combinations possible on the Ethereum Name Service.
- Massive Bitcoin Longs Appear On The Holiday Crypto Market. The increase of several long positions caused the average funding rate of perpetual BTC futures to increase over the past few days and is currently at 0.0033%. Another intriguing finding made by Santiment is that Bitcoin whales only make their biggest purchases after very tiny price changes, literally $100 to $200 and above, which keeps prices stagnant. That so, the price of bitcoin has routinely dropped following each such surge of transactions totaling more than $100,000 or $1 million.
- Chief Growth Officer Of Binance Quits The Company After Almost 5 Years. Lin joined Binance as its head of foreign markets in September 2017, two months after the exchange was established, according to his LinkedIn page. Before being promoted as chief growth officer (CGO) in September 2018, Lin served in that capacity for a year. According to his profile, Lin oversaw Binance’s development, business, and educational activities with the goal of expanding the Binance ecosystem.
- Coca-Cola Releases NFT Honoring The LGBTQIA+ Community. In celebration of “International LGBT Pride Day”, Coca-Cola collaborated with Rich Minsi, Tafi, and Virtue to launch a special NFT collection. The company representative expressed: “NFT will be unique and aims to shine color-filled light on the community’s members and spread a message of love. And also pointed out that Rich Minsi’s artwork is based on the fact that Energy can not be destroyed, it can only be transferred, changed in form, locked up, or released.”
- Hacker Requests 10 Bitcoin In Exchange For Stolen Data On A Billion Chinese Citizens. Hackers are selling personal information about Chinese residents taken during a cybersecurity breach that purportedly targeted a Shanghai National Police database (SHGA). The security breach, which occurred in 2022, exposed the personal information of approximately 1 billion Chinese citizens. The data is now available for purchase on both the open and dark webs. It contains names, residences, government ID numbers, mobile phone numbers, and other sensitive information. One unnamed hacker, ChinaDan, claims to be selling the stolen information for ten bitcoin ($200,000). ChinaDan advertised the offer on Breached.to, a black hat hacking site.
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