FTX collapse won’t impact everyday use of crypto in Brazil: Transfero CEO

The crumbling of the FTX crypto empire may have damaged Brazilian retail and institutional sentiment toward crypto. However, its impact won’t affect everyday citizens — who will still use crypto for cross-border transactions. Reflecting on the recent fall of FTX, Thiago César, the CEO of fiat on-ramp provider Transfero Group said that the exchange’s fall, like in many countries around the world, has hurt confidence around centralized crypto exchanges and crypto in general.  Transfero Group is tied in closely with the Brazilian crypto ecosystem and FTX as it was the…

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Kim Dotcom on the ‘Great Reset,’ Strong Russian Ruble Puzzles Economists, and More — Bitcoin.com News Week in Review

This week, entrepreneur and activist Kim Dotcom said the “U.S. is beyond bankrupt,” and minced no words about a potential “controlled demolition of global markets.” Meanwhile, American economists are interested in the ruble’s strong performance in spite of sanctions against Russia, a new book emerges claiming to tell the “Real Story Behind Mysterious Bitcoin Creator Satoshi Nakamoto,” and LUNA 2.0 drops in value from last week, while accusations against Do Kwon continue. Without further ado, this is your bite-sized digest of this week’s hottest crypto stories from Bitcoin.com News. Kim…

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‘Silent crash’ as price floors collapse across NFT space

[ad_1] If prices plummet in an illiquid market, how soon before anyone notices? While fungible tokens traded on centralized and decentralized exchanges have significant transparency regarding price movements, nonfungible tokens can be harder to track. Because of their illiquid nature, gauging the sentiment of the overall market market for a project can be difficult — a dynamic that has led one eGirl Capital member, Mewny, to dub NFT corrections ‘silent crashes.’ i really like @mewn21 phrasing of NFT crash as a “silent crash” why? in liquid markets, you can see…

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