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Walmart Did Not Partner With Litecoin, Contrary To Reports – September 14

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Current Bitcoin Price$46,043

Bitcoin price has regained some ground overnight, crawling its way back up to the $46,000 mark to begin Tuesday.

Top-20 altcoins are also making a recovery, as Ethereum gains 3%, Solana rises 5% and Polkadot leads the way with an 8% advance.

Top Stories for September 14, 2021 🔥

👉 Walmart Did Not Partner With Litecoin, Contrary To Reports

It has emerged that Walmart did not form a partnership with Litecoin (LTC), despite several mainstream media reports published yesterday.

Both Litecoin founder Charlie Lee and a Walmart spokesperson clarified the issue to The Block, stating that the press releases were illegitimate.

Litecoin’s price surged from $175 to over $230 upon the fake news, but has retraced almost the entire move since it was debunked.

👉 EY Taps Polygon For Scaling Enterprise Blockchain Products

Big four accounting firm Ernst & Young has tapped Ethereum sidechain, Polygon, to be the home of its enterprise blockchain services.

EY OpsChain, EY Blockchain Analyzer and other flagship products from the firm will be integrated with Polygon, which they selected for its predictable fees and settlement times.

The company is also working directly with Polygon to offer permissioned and private optimistic rollup chains.

👉 SkyBridge Capital Launches “Flatter” NFT Platform

Global investment firm SkyBridge Capital, founded by Anthony Scaramucci, has unveiled its own NFT platform at SALT – a hedge fund conference in New York.

The NFT platform, called “Flatter”, will combine NFTs with experiences and collectibles, with a bundle of 140 bottles of rare whiskey to be sold as its first bundle.

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