Beeple’s done it again. $29,000,000 NFT & Sculpture [ November 10, 2021 ]

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• Bitcoin Hits New High After Grim U.S. Inflation Data

The world’s biggest cryptocurrency rallied from $66,000 to $68,660 in the space of about 40 minutes.

• Beeple Sells NFT and Physical Sculpture for $29M

Back in March, he sold Everydays: The First 5,000 Days for a whopping $69.3 million. That was, and remains, the most expensive non-fungible token ever sold.

• Apple CEO Reveals He Owns Crypto, But There’s a Catch

A billionaire in his own right, Cook added that he didn’t plan to invest any of Apple’s $200 billion cash horde in bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies.

• Why Robinhood Isn’t Listing SHIBA INU Any Time Soon

“We think that the short-term gain we might get is not worth the long-term trade off for our users,” the company’s chief operating officer says.

• The U.K. Won’t Have a Digital Pound Before 2025

China, by comparison, is thought to be on target to launch a digital yuan renminbi before the February 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.

• Coinbase Tumbles After Missing Revenue Targets By 25%

The Nasdaq-listed U.S. exchange cited “softer crypto market conditions,” but said Q4 looks brighter.

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