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Brave Browser Becomes The First To Support IPFS – January 20

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Current Bitcoin Price$34,682

Bitcoin price has fallen almost 4% over the last 24 hours, following former Fed chair Janet Yellen’s remarks on cryptocurrency being used to financing terrorism.

Top-20 altcoins aren’t looking too sharp either, as Ethereum falls 5%, XRP drops 6% and Polkadot corrects over 11%.

Top Stories for January 20, 2021 🔥

👉 Brave Browser Becomes The First To Support IPFS

The privacy-focused Brave browser has become the first internet browser to add support for InterPlanetary File System (IPFS), a decentralized file storage and sharing system.

Brave users will be able to use a gateway or full IPFS node to access content directly from the IPFS network, using ipfs:// addresses.

👉 Janet Yellen Calls Crypto “A Concern” For Terrorist Financing

Former Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen has labelled cryptocurrencies as “a particular concern” for terrorist financing at a Senate Finance Committee hearing yesterday.

Yellen warned of emerging tools for terrorist financing, saying that the US needs to examine ways to prevent their use for terrorism and money laundering.

👉 Perpetual Protocol Becomes Sixth-Largest DEX

Decentralized derivatives trading platform Perpetual Protocol has become the sixth-largest decentralized exchange (DEX), just one month after its release.

Perpetual Protocol runs on xDai, a layer-2 scaling solution on Ethereum – facilitating almost 180,000 transactions to date for a total of just $183 in fees.

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