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Current Bitcoin Price: $10,590
Bitcoin price held steady for most of the weekend, however has begun Monday with a sharp tumble down to the mid $10,000s.
Top-20 altcoins look worse for wear, as most coins print large drops across the board. Ethereum has fallen 9%, XRP 5%, and Neo posts the largest fall of the day with a 17% drop
Top Stories for September 21, 2020
About 141,000 Ethereum addresses have claimed their 400 UNI tokens, which were airdropped to Uniswap users last week.
Users also received additional tokens for providing liquidity and holding the “SOCKS” token. The total value of all tokens claimed thus far is almost $500 million.
Trading volume on decentralized exchanges has soared this month, already passing figures from the entire month of August.
MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor has stated in an interview that he never plans to sell the company’s recently-acquired $425 million Bitcoin stash.
The company announced that it had finished its Bitcoin-buying frenzy last week, as part of a plan to mobilize $500 million of idle cash reserves.
bitFlyer Europe has announced that it has integrated PayPal as a fiat deposit option on their platform, making it faster and easier for users to onboard.
PayPal deposits will be almost instant, while previous options such as wire card transfers took 1-3 days to clear.
The payments giant offers a user base of over 340 million people, and is reported to process more than a third of all eCommerce payments in Europe.
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