Brand new TradeSanta’s weekly digest is here. Here’s everything you need to know about cryptocurrency and blockchain markets activities:
- Brazilian government released new requirements for cryptocurrency users;
- Walmart plans to patent a way to use cryptocurrency tied to fiat money;
- The Monetary Authority of Singapore has sent out a warning of new BTC scam.
Cryptocurrency Market Stats
Market capitalization rocketed to 291 billion USD, and gained 10% over the last 7 days. Check out this table below and keep up with a fast moving market at a glance:
|Stat||Value (7d change)|
|Market Cap||$ 291 782 677 162 (+10.24%)|
|Markets||19 684 (+0.53%)|
|Cryptocurrencies||2 419 (+1.17%)|
|BTC Dominance||67.7% (+3.2%)|
Major Coins’ Price Stats
According to the Coinmarketcap data, cryptocurrencies increased their values during the last week. Bitcoin boosted by 14%, XRP gained 2%, and Ethereum — 5%. Here are the results:
|Coin||Close||7d Gains||7d High||7d Low|
|Bitcoin||$10 970.18||+14.83%||$11 788.92||$9 437.34|
Quote of the Week:
Jack Dorsey, founder of Twitter and Square: “We love you, Bitcoin.”
In Case You Missed It:
- Starting on Thursday, August 1, Brazilian government passed a new law, requiring every citizen to declare transactions made in crypto. According to Cointelegraph Brazil, cryptocurrency transactions, including buying/selling and donations/withdrawal and etc, must be reported to the Brazilian Internal Revenue Service. The new measure applies to cryptocurrency hodlers, companies and brokerages.
- American giant company Walmart plans to join cryptocurrency industry. According to the report from Bloomberg, the company will patent a way to use a digital coin tied to a traditional fiat currency. This system will reduce the price and provide quick transactions, also, implementing crypto will help to widen the range of loyalty options.
- The Monetary Authority of Singapore warned cryptocurrency users on new BTC scam. A fraudulent website offers Bitcoin investment using falsified claims by Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong. “The site asks readers to make a minimum initial deposit of $250 into a purported trading platform, Bitcoin Loophole, which would automatically initiate trades on one’s behalf. It also requests for credit card or bank account details.” — mentioned in this report. The authority also published a screenshot which shows these fraudulent statements.
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