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  • 20:16 The total amount of OpenSea transactions exceeds $9 billion

    According to the latest data from DappRader, the total amount of OpenSea transactions has exceeded $9 billion (the number of traders is 549,615), setting a record high and ranking first in the NFT market in terms of transaction volume. It is worth mentioning that OpenSea just reached $8 billion in transactions on October 7, which means that the platform's transaction volume has reached $1 billion in the last ten days.
  • 20:04 Grayscale GBTC hasn't seen net inflows of bitcoin since early March

    According to Morgan Creek founder Anthony Pompliano:“The Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) hasn't seen net inflows of bitcoin since March 2nd of this year.”
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  • 19:24 Tribe Capital to Launch $75M Crypto Fund

    Coindesk reported that early stage venture capital firm Tribe Capital, a venture capital firm with previous investments in Kraken and FTX among others in the crypto sector, is launching a $75 million cryptocurrency fund. Tribe’s fund will take long positions in early-stage projects, SAFTs, yield farming, treasury buys and mining. The fund will make 75% of its investments in U.S. projects and 25% internationally.
  • 19:12 Jacobi Asset Management Receives Approval to Launch the World's First Tier One Bitcoin ETF

    Cryptobriefing reported that the European market will see a new Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) introduced by Jacobi Asset Management. The physically-backed ETF was authorized by the financial regulator in Guernsey–an island territory under the United Kingdom (UK). The firm plans to list the Jacobi Bitcoin ETF on Cboe Europe, one of the biggest pan-European Equities exchanges. Bu this will be subject to approval from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the U.K.’s top financial regulator. Notably, Jacobi’s Bitcoin-backed ETF will only be open for institutional investors.
  • 18:20 OCC incorporated cryptocurrency into its regulatory operation plan for the first time

    According to official sources, the U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) released its fiscal year 2022 bank supervision and operation plan on Friday, and cryptocurrency was included in the plan for the first time. In the report, OCC listed 11 key areas of supervision. In addition to cybersecurity and climate change, OCC stated that examiners should identify banks that are using cryptocurrency and other financial innovations to implement major changes to their operations, and evaluate their implementation. .When a major change occurs in the bank, the examiner should assess the appropriateness of the governance process. OCC has been studying the crypto industry since at least 2018, and this is the first time that cryptocurrency has been included in the regulator's annual operating plan.
  • 18:20 coin.one Markets

    BTC is currently trading at 61163.62 USDT on Binance, with a 24h increase of +6.46%.
    1. The total value of the global digital currency market is 25908.97亿 U.S. dollars (+4.45%), and the 24h trading volume is 1717.11亿 U.S. dollars (+34.33%).
    2.The performance of mainstream cryptocurrencies is as follows: ETH 3850.77 USDT (+1.86%), XRP 1.1421 USDT (+0.81%), BCH 624.7 USDT (+4.6%), LTC 189.5 USDT (+5.04%), DOT 43.93 USDT (+8.18%).
    3. Among the top 100 cryptocurrencies by market cap in 24h, the top three gainers are: MATIC (+18.04%), DOT (+10.56%), GRT (+8.86%); the top three losers are: STX (-9.14%), AXS (-6.04%), SHIB (-5.7%).
    (Note: All rises and falls are calculated in 24h time format.)

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  • 18:08 NFTs allow people to ‘interact with crypto in a hands-on way’ —O'Neal

    Cointelegraph reported that O'Neal said in an interview that NFT is a great way for people to learn about cryptocurrencies:“NFTs are a great way for people to wrap their heads around the technology. It’s how I’m doing it. People need to interact with crypto in a hands-on way to understand it.”
  • 18:00 Coin.One Big News

    1、Nasdaq has agreed to list the Valkyrie Bitcoin Strategy ETF;
    2、CFTC orders Tether and Bitfinex to pay fines totaling $42.5 million;
    3、MicroStrategy up over $3 billion on Bitcoin investment;
    4、Jack Dorsey’s Square doubles its money on Bitcoin investment;
    5、U.S. Department of the Treasury issues sanctions compliance guidelines for the cryptocurrency industry;
    6、Valkyrie Files 8-A in key step for Bitcoin futures ETF approval;
    7、Axie infinity became the most traded NFT collection ever last quarter;
    8、Coinbase CEO unveils crypto regulation proposals, says they can ensure US remains global financial leader;
    9、Belarus introduces special electricity tariff for crypto miners.
  • 17:48 ICE Announces Completion of Merger Between Bakkt and VPC Impact Acquisition Holdings

    Businesswire reported that Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. announced that Bakkt Holdings, LLC (“Bakkt”), the transformative digital asset marketplace launched in 2018 by ICE and a marquee group of investors and strategic partners, has completed its merger with VPC Impact Acquisition Holdings (NASDAQ: VIH), and will begin trading as a public company on the New York Stock Exchange on Monday, October 18, under the ticker “BKKT”.
  • 17:38 Grayscale Investments close to filing application for spot bitcoin ETF, source says

    According to CNBC, Grayscale Investments plans on filing an application to convert the world’s biggest bitcoin fund into a spot ETF early next week, according to a person with knowledge of the matter. The application begins a 75-day review period, said the source, who declined to be identified because the New York-based company hasn’t disclosed its plans.
  • 17:29 CryptoPunk owner declines a $9.5 million bid for his rare NFT

    According to TheBlock, the owner of the non-fungible token (NFT) CryptoPunk #6046 has turned down a 2,500 ETH (around $9.5 million) offer for his NFT. If it would have sold, it would have been the largest CryptoPunk sale ever by dollar amount. The bidder, who goes by poap.eth on the Larva Labs marketplace, placed the bid just 15 hours after the CryptoPunk's owner, who goes by Richerd, tweeted: “My punk is not for sale. Don't care what anyone offers me.”
    coin.one-CryptoPunk owner declines a $9.5 million bid for his rare NFT
  • 17:19 Bitcoin Mining Rigs, Says Jack Dorsey

    Jack Dorsey tweeted that Square is exploring whether to build Bitcoin mining hardware. “Square is considering building a Bitcoin mining system based on custom silicon and open source for individuals and businesses worldwide. If we do this, we’d follow our hardware wallet model: build in the open in collaboration with the community.”

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  • 17:08 SEC Approves Bitcoin ETF, Opening Crypto to Wider Investor Base

    Coindesk reported that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) greenlighted bitcoin futures ETFs in a first for the industry on Friday, after the regulator’s five commissioners met on the issue. ProShares, which filed for its Bitcoin Strategy ETF this past summer, may be the first to launch next week.
  • 15:27 ETH broke through 3900 USDT

    Coin.one showed that ETH broke through 3900 USDT and is now at 3900.01 USDT, with a increase of 3.54% in 24H.
  • 15:24 BTC broke through 62500 USDT

    Coin.one showed that BTC broke through 62500 USDT and is now at 62500.16 USDT, with a increase of 8.08% in 24H.
  • 15:17 BTC broke through 62000 USDT

    Coin.one showed that BTC broke through 62000 USDT and is now at 62138.95 USDT, with a increase of 6.51% in 24H.
  • 14:09 KSM broke through 350 USDT

    Coin.one showed that KSM broke through 350 USDT and is now at 350.1 USDT, with a decrease of 1.41% in 24H.
  • 12:44 SUSHI broke through 11 USDT

    Coin.one showed that SUSHI broke through 11 USDT and is now at 11.001 USDT, with a increase of 3.89% in 24H.
  • 12:20 TRX broke through 0.1 USDT

    Coin.one showed that TRX broke through 0.1 USDT and is now at 0.1 USDT, with a increase of 2.46% in 24H.
  • 11:57 BTC broke through 61500 USDT

    Coin.one showed that BTC broke through 61500 USDT and is now at 61500.01 USDT, with a increase of 7.26% in 24H.
  • 11:47 Jimmy Choo launches NFT

    According to NewsBTC, Jimmy Choo announces its first step into the digital art and gaming conversation by introducing two NFT initiatives, in strategic partnership with UCOLLEX. On October 20th, an animated artwork featuring a digital version of the sneaker produced for the JIMMY CHOO / ERIC HAZE CURATED BY POGGY collaboration will be available to be bid on Binance NFT.

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  • 11:40 BTC broke through 61000 USDT

    Coin.one showed that BTC broke through 61000 USDT and is now at 61000.01 USDT, with a increase of 6.47% in 24H.
  • 11:39 AAVE broke through 300 USDT

    Coin.one showed that AAVE broke through 300 USDT and is now at 300.1 USDT, with a decrease of 1.84% in 24H.
  • 11:17 BTC broke through 60500 USDT

    Coin.one showed that BTC broke through 60500 USDT and is now at 60500.01 USDT, with a increase of 5.44% in 24H.
  • 11:05 Nasdaq has agreed to list the Valkyrie Bitcoin Strategy ETF

    According to Nasdaq, on October 15, 2021 The Nasdaq Stock Market (the "Exchange") received from Valkyrie ETF Trust II (the "Registrant") a copy of the Registrant's application on Form 8-A 12(b) for the registration of the following securities:
    Shares of Beneficial Interest of Valkyrie Bitcoin Strategy ETF
    We further certify that the securities described above have been approved by the Exchange for listing andregistration upon official notice of issuance.
    We understand that the Registrant is seeking immediate acceleration of the effective date of registration,and we hereby join in such request.

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  • 11:02 ETH broke through 3800 USDT

    Coin.one showed that ETH broke through 3800 USDT and is now at 3800.21 USDT, with a decrease of 0.44% in 24H.
  • 11:01 DeFi game PoolTogether Launches v4

    According to CoinDesk, decentralized finance (DeFi) no-loss savings game PoolTogether has overhauled their architecture with the launch of its v4, a protocol upgrade tailored to the little guy. PoolTogether’s new architecture allows for greater fractionalization of winnings – upwards of a thousand prizes from an earnings pool – giving smaller depositors a much higher chance of nabbing prizes. PoolTogether’s governance will have control over the number of prizes and their amounts, and can even put a cap on the number of prizes that large depositors, or ‘whales,’ can win – where they once might have swept an entire prize pool, they can instead only claim the major prizes, leaving smaller sums for smaller depositors. Smaller depositors will also be able to benefit from cross-chain liquidity.

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  • 10:58 coin.one Markets

    BTC is currently trading at 59989.02 USDT on Binance, with a 24h increase of +4.59%.
    1. The total value of the global digital currency market is 25345.14亿 U.S. dollars (+2.18%), and the 24h trading volume is 1531.57亿 U.S. dollars (+19.82%).
    2.The performance of mainstream cryptocurrencies is as follows: ETH 3798.86 USDT (-0.12%), XRP 1.1261 USDT (-0.64%), BCH 621.0 USDT (+3.72%), LTC 188.1 USDT (+3.41%), DOT 40.3 USDT (-0.62%).
    3. Among the top 100 cryptocurrencies by market cap in 24h, the top three gainers are: MATIC (+12.72%), UMA (+8.77%), LAT (+7.43%); the top three losers are: SHIB (-10.18%), AXS (-8.5%), HBAR (-7.33%).
    (Note: All rises and falls are calculated in 24h time format.)

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  • 10:42 Tether announced a settlement with the CFTC

    Following several years of investigation and access to extensive information about the companies and their operations, the CFTC has concluded its review. The CFTC’s Order found no issues relating to Tether’s current operations. In fact, the Order related to certain disclosures about the reserves from more than two and a half years ago. As the Order recognizes, these issues were fully resolved when the terms of service were updated in February 2019.

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  • 10:11 CFTC orders Tether and Bitfinex to pay fines totaling $42.5 million

    The Commodity Futures Trading Commission today issued an order requires Tether to pay a civil monetary penalty of $41 million and to cease and desist from any further violations of the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA) and CFTC regulations, as charged.

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