The prices of Shiba Inu, Metaverse, and Ethereum have been revealed. As of Saturday, Shibu Inu is trading $0.00003380, Metaverse for $0.16, and Ethereum for $3,734.21. THE new “Let’s Go Brandon” meme coin experienced a price spike after its launch was announced on Thursday.
The partnership means he will ride a Chevrolet Camaro decked out in red, white, and blue and plastered with the meme coin’s name for the upcoming season.
“Having the financial support of LGBcoin is incredible, especially at such a pivotal time in our team’s growth as we work to build to the next level of competition,” Brown said.
Over $200billion in value was wiped from the combined crypto market this week as prices dropped.
Risks of Robinhood, part two
For investing individual stocks, make sure you check company reports, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings, broker notes, and press releases so you can make the best decisions for your money.
Another risk when choosing Robinhood along with other brokers is that they can restrict trading when there’s unusual activity.
Risk of Robinhood
When it comes to risks, investing alone is one because you’re not guaranteed to generate a profit and the value of your assets could fall.
If you’re choosing Robinhood so you can trade stocks and cryptocurrencies – then the game gets even riskier.
Cryptocurrencies are not only difficult to understand but even tougher to predict when bearish trends in the market will take place.
For example, cryptocurrency was thriving this year up until Elon Musk said that Tesla was halting the acceptance of payments in Bitcoin.
Man loses $1.6million, part three
The app demanded $1.5million from the victim and threatened to freeze his account if he didn’t pay.
“I go look on the FBI site and lo and behold, there’s this public alert about this type of scam,” he told the news outlet. “I’m 52, my entire life savings, gone in a matter of a month.”
The common scam, which involves meeting someone on a dating app, depositing money into a fake investment app (which is constantly changed, renamed, or deleted) then losing it all, is called the “Pig Butchering Scam,” KMGH-TV detailed.
Man loses $1.6million, part two
The man said he successfully deposited funds into the account, including money from his retirement accounts.
He was reportedly able to withdraw cryptocurrency too until he attempted to take out more.
A “customer service agent” with the app told him “you need to repay the loan before you can withdraw cash from your account,” KMGH-TV reported.
Man loses $1.6million in scam
A man says he lost his life savings in a scheme dubbed the “Pig Butchering Scam.”
The 52-year-old told Denver ABC affiliate KMGH-TV that he met a woman on a dating app who appeared to have similar interests to him.
The conversation turned to cryptocurrency, something he’d made about $70,000 on in a few years.
The man told the news outlet that the woman he fell for online convinced him to invest on a mobile and web app that seemed legitimate to the software engineer.
Crypto.com coin price prediction
The Crypto.com Coin cryptocurrency hit a record high on November 15, reaching $0.52 at its peak, according to CoinMarketCap.
In comparison, it was sitting at just $0.05966 on January 1 this year.
The Crypto.com token has increased in value thanks to a number of factors.
For example, it has secured several high-profile sponsorship deals in 2021 including the UFC, Formula One Racing, and Matt Damon’s Water.org.
From December, the Staples Center – home to the Lakers and Clippers – will also be called Crypto.com Arena.
Whether the Crypto.Com Coin continues to soar in value remains to be seen, but plenty of crypto fans have still made predictions.
For example, Wallet Investor expects the token to hit a value of $0.538 in one year and $0.8023 in five years.
Meanwhile, Digital Coin Price has set a 2021 forecast of $0.7036, a 2023 value of $0.9636 and it expects a 2028 price of $2.09.
Who founded Crypto.com?
Bobby Bao is a co-founder and managing director of Crypto.com, which was formerly known as Monaco.
Gary Or is another co-founder and is the head of technology at Foris – a universal money app, according to topionetwork.com.
The other co-founder is Rafael Melo, who, according to Topio Network, has 15 years’ experience in finance.
Crypto.com coin, continued
Crypto.com itself is one of the fastest-growing cryptocurrency businesses in the world.
Keegan Francis, crypto editor and expert of Finder, told The Sun the coin has many uses, but most notably is that it can be used to stake crypto on the mobile app in order to get the Crypto.com Visa debit card.
He added: “Staking higher amounts of CRO across the platforms rewards users with more features and rewards.
“Investors need to keep in mind that the token itself is tied directly to the success of the Crypto.com ecosystem.
“That being said, Crypto.com has taken the initiative to decentralize CRO by building it into their own decentralized blockchain called Crypto.org.
“This is a good step for them to take in order to ensure the longevity of their token.
“It creates less dependence on the company itself, and begins to build out an independent community of developers, and market participants.”
What is the Crypto.com coin?
The Crypto.com Coin is the native token of the Crypto.com and Crypto.Org ecosystems.
Also known as CRO, it launched at the end of 2018.
The Crypto.com chain was created to build a network of crypto projects and to develop merchants’ ability to accept crypto as a form of payment, according to its website.
Businesses can use Crypto.com pay checkout and/or invoice to allow customers to pay for goods and services with crypto using the wallet app.
The firms then receive their payments in CRO, stable coins, or in fiat currency, which is government-issued money like dollars or pounds.
Seven crypto ads banned, part two
The Advertising Standards Authority is looking to produce new guidance on cryptocurrency.
Monitoring crypto assets is a “red-alert priority” for the regulatory agency, BBC News reported.
The news outlet said companies with ads found to have broken the rules were:
Coinburp: A Twitter page for the cryptocurrency trading platform
eToro (UK): A paid ad for the stocks and cryptocurrency trading platform
Payward: A digital poster for Kraken, an online cryptocurrency exchange
Exmo Exchange: A YouTube video promoting the cryptocurrency exchange
Luno Money: An in-app ad for the cryptocurrency exchange service Luno
Coinbase Europe: A paid Facebook ad for the cryptocurrency exchange platform
Papa John’s GB: A promotion on the Papa John’s pizza restaurant chain’s website and in a Twitter post
UK regulator bans seven crypto ads
The United Kingdom’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) banned seven cryptocurrency advertisements following concerns.
All seven ads were “banned for irresponsibly taking advantage of consumers’ inexperience and for failing to illustrate the risk of the investment,” the news organization reported.
NFT sold far under the intended price
The owner of a Bored Ape non-fungible token (NFT) accidentally sold the virtual art for $3,000 instead of $300,000.
The digital art was initially purchased by an automated account that instantly put it back up for sale for nearly $250,000.
After making many online trades that day, he said he suffered from a “lapse of concentration” which caused him to type in “0.75 ETH.”
“I instantly saw the error as my finger clicked the mouse but… it instantly sniped before I could click ‘Cancel’ – and just like that, $250,000 was gone,” he said.
Major meme coins, part two
Another dog meme that has picked up traction this year has been Saitama inu, whose logo appears to feature a wolf surrounding a human face.
“Tokens like Shiba Inu, Dogecoin, and newest gainer Saitama are all a part of the evolution of digital finance in their own unique way,” Chris Kline, chief operating officer and co-founder of Bitcoin IRA, recently told The Sun.
Separately, Tiger King is a meme coin based on the popular Netflix series that picked up strong momentum.
The major meme coins
The surge of the meme coins this year all started with Dogecoin.
That was then followed by Shiba Inu, which both feature the same dog breed in their logos.
The image became a popular internet meme called doge, and it features the dog surrounded by text in the comic sans font with words like “much wow.”
Both Shiba and Dogecoin have been popular dog meme coins this year.
What are meme coins?
A meme coin typically gains off a social media or an internet-based joke.
It all started with GameStop and AMC earlier this year, when a Reddit mob trolled short-sellers by driving up the prices of those stocks.
The memes then spread over to cryptocurrencies – and there are now a few major ones today.
What is an NFT marketplace?
An NFT is a non-fungible token.
Non-fungible tokens, in contrast to Bitcoin, are each unique and cannot be replaced by something else.
The majority of NFTs exist within the Ethereum blockchain. Ethereum is a cryptocurrency that has the ability to support NFTs.
NFTs can be anything digital and are commonly being used as a way to buy and sell digital art.
An NFT marketplace is used to list NFTs and ensure they are accessible for trading.
Marketplaces allow users to promote their NFTs, where buyers can browse through and bid on what they would like to purchase.
Trader on cryptocurrency losses, part two
The rumor turned out to be untrue, leaving the trader in the red again.
The third and last time was before the new coin Matic was announced. The trader said they bought up the coin too close to the announcement date.
“Anyway, don’t believe in rumors and hype, just stick to your usual crypto plan”, the trader said.
Trader details their cryptocurrency losses
An investor revealed online how they lost a fortune after buying cryptocurrency based on rumors — three times.
The anonymous trader described the losses on Reddit, saying their first loss on Cardano hurt the most.
“Everything about the announcement seemed legit: It’s not a sh**coin, Smart contracts are a thing and there was a lot of hype,” the trader said.
The trader said as soon as Cardano went live, its price tanked leaving the trader at a huge loss.