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1$ 62,564.00$ 1.18 T$ 32.73 B0.41%2.59%14.35%32.47%
2$ 3,881.75$ 457.98 B$ 17.97 B0.78%0.03%13.14%13.76%
3$ 472.01$ 79.42 B$ 1.63 B0.42%1.08%16.74%16.28%
4$ 0.999117$ 70.08 B$ 53.17 B0.07%0.36%0.22%0.54%
5$ 2.15$ 69.17 B$ 1.48 B0.03%1.25%2.19%8.56%
6$ 1.09$ 51.34 B$ 4.53 B0.19%3.50%3.71%2.46%
7$ 160.45$ 48.22 B$ 2.03 B0.62%0.94%8.64%8.72%
8$ 42.51$ 44.31 B$ 1.76 B0.14%0.33%23.79%28.46%
9$ 1.00$ 33.00 B$ 2.06 B0.40%0.07%0.30%0.40%
10$ 0.239286$ 31.68 B$ 1.47 B0.13%0.84%4.36%0.69%
11$ 36.78$ 14.82 B$ 505.47 M0.05%1.08%6.33%7.13%
12$ 0.000028$ 14.08 B$ 2.72 B1.06%9.07%8.66%236.54%
13$ 25.96$ 13.52 B$ 337.09 M0.48%2.30%7.01%7.01%
14$ 62,579.00$ 13.51 B$ 387.94 M0.41%2.53%14.39%32.10%
15$ 0.999741$ 13.06 B$ 4.95 B0.02%0.33%0.00%0.13%
16$ 187.27$ 12.90 B$ 2.45 B0.77%0.11%6.74%4.00%
17$ 55.90$ 12.33 B$ 374.96 M0.89%3.45%1.32%20.67%
18$ 26.36$ 12.13 B$ 780.17 M0.04%4.10%2.90%4.84%
19$ 616.49$ 11.65 B$ 7.96 B0.74%1.28%5.45%0.78%
20$ 1.77$ 10.88 B$ 341.70 M0.31%1.73%0.00%7.22%
21$ 1.53$ 10.28 B$ 810.99 M0.40%0.00%22.60%7.90%
22$ 0.390408$ 9.41 B$ 1.00 B0.22%0.46%17.12%21.40%
23$ 32.31$ 9.08 B$ 358.77 M0.47%4.07%0.18%3.22%
24$ 0.121345$ 8.11 B$ 681.74 M0.35%2.06%9.25%7.99%
25$ 43.64$ 7.60 B$ 290.61 M0.76%4.72%2.77%22.76%
26$ 123.87$ 7.57 B$ 424.02 M0.66%0.57%6.47%87.95%
27$ 63.56$ 7.25 B$ 648.38 M0.30%4.52%8.88%25.98%
28$ 0.098886$ 7.12 B$ 1.24 B0.14%0.60%1.01%6.19%
29$ 1.00$ 7.04 B$ 456.08 M0.18%0.21%0.10%0.41%
30$ 53.09$ 6.92 B$ 2.96 B0.42%2.43%0.02%6.86%
31$ 55.91$ 6.73 B$ 193.04 M0.76%1.86%4.14%9.20%
32$ 77.86$ 6.16 B$ 31.59 M0.48%0.03%13.50%13.92%
33$ 5.94$ 5.97 B$ 168.05 M0.48%2.95%6.04%6.16%
34$ 6.54$ 5.65 B$ 250.76 M0.80%5.25%6.41%6.84%
35$ 2.23$ 5.64 B$ 979.22 M0.74%3.48%8.99%77.94%
36$ 3,834.77$ 5.36 B$ 10.61 M0.11%0.08%12.60%13.89%
37$ 0.353523$ 5.27 B$ 99.44 M0.53%5.44%3.04%16.39%
38$ 0.189101$ 4.78 B$ 40.66 M0.86%0.38%0.18%0.15%
39$ 264.01$ 4.75 B$ 175.09 M0.18%0.19%2.54%0.72%
40$ 19.80$ 4.72 B$ 159.70 M0.33%0.31%6.33%7.34%
41$ 235.75$ 4.70 B$ 73.64 M0.51%1.85%1.71%2.56%
42$ 15.27$ 4.68 B$ 322.81 M0.46%1.57%20.27%26.16%
43$ 4.47$ 4.34 B$ 1.02 B0.74%2.31%2.78%14.95%
44$ 16.10$ 4.27 B$ 132.37 M0.20%1.04%2.46%13.52%
45$ 0.021782$ 4.11 B$ 7.79 M0.24%0.16%0.43%0.34%
46$ 7.83$ 4.09 B$ 99.68 M0.00%1.50%5.96%6.02%
47$ 1.64$ 4.09 B$ 58.53 M1.45%0.71%3.73%28.61%
48$ 302.87$ 4.02 B$ 204.60 M0.21%2.34%4.72%14.84%
49$ 297.13$ 3.98 B$ 58.66 M0.29%3.18%1.33%14.48%
50$ 0.784159$ 3.88 B$ 142.44 M1.40%3.00%14.93%4.20%

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  • MONEY REIMAGINED: And Just Like That, the US Has Become a Bitcoin Superpower
    by CoinDesk.com on October 15, 2021 at 6:58 pm

    This week’s edition of “Money Reimagined” explores the ramifications of a startling shift in the rankings of the world’s top locations for bitcoin mining. The U.S. has leapt into first place and China, the world leader just a few months ago, now has essentially zero mining capacity following a regulatory crackdown there in June. Co-hosts Michael Casey and Sheila Warren talk to Justin Podhola, the CEO of Elite Mining, and George Kaloudis, who leads CoinDesk’s Bitcoin-focused research. This episode is sponsored by Quantstamp.The show keys off a report from the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) that found that as of the end of August, the U.S accounted for more than 35% of the global Bitcoin hashrate – a measure of the total worldwide computational power used to mine bitcoin – more than double its 16.8% stake at the end of April. Over the same period, the report says, China dropped from 46% of total hashrate to zero.Another point of interest is the rise of alternative centers, – in particular, Kazakhstan, which is now in second place with 18.1% of total hashrate, followed by Russia with 11%.How can an industry with all that equipment and complicated energy needs move so quickly to a new location? What are geopolitical implications of China’s bitcoin mining leadership - once as high as 75% of total hashrate – now being ceded to the U.S., Kazakhstan and Russia? What does this mean for regulation, especially in the U.S., where new chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission Gary Gensler has been talking a hardline against crypto? Would the presence of a dominant, profitable and strategically important bitcoin industry sway policymakers toward being more or less crypto-friendly?And most importantly, to address a topic that we’ve dived into a number of times on “Money Reimagined”: does this create an opportunity for the U.S. to lead the push for renewable energy-based mining, not only to make Bitcoin greener but to collaborate with energy developers to fund the expansion of a green grid more generally?All that and more is discussed in this wide-ranging discussion. This episode was produced and edited by Michele Musso with announcements by Adam B. Levine and additional production support by Eleanor Pahl. Our theme song is Shepard.-Quantstamp is the leader of blockchain security, having secured over 100 billion USD worth of digital assets. Visit quantstamp.com to learn why top DeFi projects like Maker, Compound and BarnBridge trust Quantstamp to secure the financial infrastructure of tomorrow. Learn more at quantstamp.com/blog.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

  • ON PURPOSE: Paxful’s Ray Youssef on Digital and Financial Social Justice
    by CoinDesk.com on October 12, 2021 at 8:22 pm

    “On Purpose” host Tyrone Ross is joined by Ray Youssef, CEO of Paxful. Youssef brings history-backed answers to philosophical questions about the true value of money and how corruption has wormed its way into financial systems. He introduces some historical analogs to peer-to-peer networks and delves into how his own personal history led him to founding Paxful.Youssef describes Paxful as a “barter for money,” where users can exchange among 400 different payment forms, ranging from crypto tokens to gift cards. More than just a digital money exchanging tool, Paxful is a platform for the historically underserved to get online and get transacting, despite the lack of access through their governments or banks.In the end, Youssef believes that “when humans can actually transact with each other … we're creating more and more value.”This episode was produced, announced and edited by Michele Musso with additional production support from Eleanor Pahl. Our Theme song is Walk with Swag. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

  • MONEY REIMAGINED: The Pandora Papers, Fed’s Leadership Crisis and the Future of Money
    by CoinDesk.com on October 8, 2021 at 5:57 pm

    This week’s “Money Reimagined” episode is framed by some bombshell news developments that are adding fuel to a fire of mistrust in authority that’s been allowed to kindle into a raging threat to global financial institutions. This episode is sponsored by Quantstamp.Hosts Sheila Warren and Michael Casey are joined by Wall Street Journal reporter Michael S. Derby and crypto entrepreneur Maya Zhehavi to discuss two sets of revelations that go to the heart of these problems and what they imply for the crypto industry. One is the Pandora Papers investigation, the results of which were released last week and which the blew the lid off an elaborate global system of obfuscation by which a very long list of rich, powerful political leaders, business people and celebrities have evaded trillions of dollars in taxes and avoided scrutiny of their questionable business activities. The other revolves around some revelations about stock trading activity by Federal Reserve officials, which led to the resignation of the heads of two regional Fed banks and has put Chairman Jerome Powell’s renomination prospects in jeopardy. The show dives into what has happened and what this means for confidence in the financial system and its stewards. How much does it matter that people feel as if the system is designed not for them, but for elites? Will these feed into faith in money itself? And, if so, what comes next? Is it bitcoin? Stablecoins? Central bank digital currencies that compete with each other?Having a seasoned Fed reporter in the mix of guests, the conversation inevitably also dives into the outlook for a digital dollar and what objectives it would serve. This episode was produced and edited by Michele Musso with announcements by Adam B. Levine.Our theme song is Shepard.-Quantstamp is the leader of blockchain security, having secured over 100 billion USD worth of digital assets. Visit quantstamp.com to learn why top DeFi projects like Maker, Compound and BarnBridge trust Quantstamp to secure the financial infrastructure of tomorrow. Learn more at quantstamp.com/blog.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

  • OPINIONATED: How Erick Calderon Turned NFT Squiggles Into a $6M Funding Round
    by CoinDesk.com on October 6, 2021 at 6:21 pm

    Art Blocks CEO Erick Calderon has turned generative NFT squiggles into a digital art behemoth. This week on “Opinionated,” we speak with “Snowfro” about the artists whose algorithms power one of the hottest corners of the metaverse. Their NFT sales recently helped Art Blocks raise $6 million from equity investors, Snowfro told “Opinionated.”Ben and Danny (Anna’s out this week) sort through the term sheets to find what makes Art Blocks tick. Their conversation begins with its cap table. Galaxy’s an investor; so is FlamingoDAO, the crypto-native community of NFT investors. Believe it or not, the DAO apes into equity rounds, too. Snowfro helps demystify the philosophy underpinning the digital art scene. He doesn’t define success by making it to the MoMA – though that would be cool, he admits – or by billion-dollar transaction volumes – a milestone Art Blocks already crossed. He’s more interested in providing an outlet for really cool and unique art.Speaking from his home in Houston, Snowfro walks “Opinionated” through his entrepreneurial history, which began with a college snow cone stand and evolved into an artisanal tile import business. His NFT side-hustle, Art Blocks, is less than a year old. And it’s not quite a side-hustle anymore. This episode  is produced, announced and edited by Michele Musso with additional production support from Eleanor Pahl. Our Theme Music is by Elision.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

  • MONEY REIMAGINED: From a DeFi Summer to the Explosive Growth of Bitcoin - A Year in Retrospect
    by CoinDesk.com on October 1, 2021 at 6:12 pm

    It’s hard to believe it has been a year since Michael Casey and Sheila Warren launched the “Money Reimagined” podcast. This episode is sponsored by Quantstamp And what a year it has been: some rich, probing discussions about the past and future of money, the challenges of regulation and blockchain governance, the battle for financial inclusion, the shifting geopolitical landscape, the anthropology of money and much, much more. All of that while the crypto market soared to a valuation of more than $2 trillion, NFTs went parabolic, the U.S. government got tougher with the sector, China kicked out its bitcoin miners, El Salvador made bitcoin a legal tender, DeFi innovation exploded, and a relentless pandemic continued with no end in sight. To look back on all of that and to help them celebrate this anniversary, Michael and Sheila were joined by a pair who delivered one of the more memorable discussions of the past year: Jill Carlson, the founder of the Open Money Initiative, and Raoul Pal, CEO and founder of Real Vision. With the controversial recent rollout of El Salvador’s Bitcoin project as its backdrop, the discussion updated the somewhat competing perspective that Carlson and Pal had explored in a December 11 episode last year on whether speculation on bitcoin as an asset is compatible with its prospects as a tool for payments and financial inclusion for the poor.This episode was produced and edited by Michele Musso with announcements by Adam B. Levine and additional production support by Eleanor Pahl. Our theme song is Shepard. -Quantstamp is the leader of blockchain security, having secured over 100 billion USD worth of digital assets. Visit quantstamp.com to learn why top DeFi projects like Maker, Compound and BarnBridge trust Quantstamp to secure the financial infrastructure of tomorrow. Learn more at quantstamp.com/blog.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

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