Bitcoin Miners Earned $44M in a Day to Record Annual All-Time High
With Bitcoin transaction fees increasing, Bitcoin Miners earn highest amount this year
Where most people agree that the upcoming Bitcoin ETFs will drive institutional adoption, more political voices start calling Bitcoin as a threat to the US’ control over monetary policy. Meanwhile, Bitcoin builders are showing that while Bitcoin fixes the money, building on Bitcoin can fix the system. Let’s dive into this week’s building on Bitcoin.
Republican presidential candidate Ramaswamy asserted that the government perceives Bitcoin as a potential threat to its control over monetary policy.
Bitcoin ETFs will drive institutional adoption in 2024 according to Galaxy Digital’s Mike Novogratz.
📢 Builders Watch: latest Lightning Node app now live in the Umbrel App Store.
Bitcoin miners earned $44M in a day to record annual all-time high thanks to increase in transaction fees.
Bitcoin Builders Rise
Rootstock announces first 7 names of the $2.5 million Grants Program, with submissions for the next cohort now open.
Proposal by Robin Linus, BitStream: Decentralized File Hosting Incentivised via Bitcoin Payments, released.
Babylon’s Staking Protocol Waitlist has soared to 435,259. It's now officially closed for new entries.
📢 Builders Watch: Xverse calls for all Bitcoin builders to checkout developer docs covering how to connect with Xverse, sign transactions and more.
Xverse announces to be a premium partner for Art Basel in Miami.
Safe wallet now officially launched on Rootstock.
$4.5T asset manager Fidelity speaks on the use case for Ordinals stating that artifacts are stored directly on the Bitcoin blockchain whereas most Ethereum NFTs often use smart contracts, and are stored on centralized third-party servers.
🎨 Artists Watch: Ordinals marketplace Gamma calls for all artists to submit their work and get a chance to be part of the Bitcoin art show.
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