“Unprecedented institutional interest drives Bitcoin to new heights as mainstream adoption takes center stage in the crypto revolution.”
Ripple partner Travelex has made a significant move by partnering with the National Bank of Cambodia. This partnership allows travelers passing through Singapore’s Changi Airport to buy and sell Cambodia’s national currency, the Khmer riel, for various currencies such as the U.S. dollar, Singaporean dollar, Australian dollar, and European euro. This is a major development for the Khmer riel, as it can now be traded alongside other currencies in Singapore, enhancing its international recognition and utility.
Fidelity has also made waves in the market with its updated Bitcoin ETF application. The company has filed an amended spot Bitcoin ETF S-1 application, seeking SEC approval to issue an ETF that tracks the performance of Bitcoin. If approved, this could have a significant impact on the crypto market, as mainstream and institutional investors would have a regulated way to invest in Bitcoin without directly owning the asset. The influx of capital from these investors could drive up demand and subsequently increase the price of Bitcoin.
Tech billionaire Elon Musk has once again sparked excitement among the crypto community with a cryptic tweet. In the tweet, Musk wrote “In X S,” leaving followers speculating about its meaning. XRP and SHIB enthusiasts were particularly active in interpreting the message, with XRP supporters linking the “X” to the XRP logo and SHIB fans associating the “S” with SHIB. Despite various interpretations, Musk has yet to confirm any of them.
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Valeria Blokhina is a crypto enthusiast and the community manager at U.Today. She believes that cryptocurrency is the future of finance and covers the latest news in the world of crypto and blockchain.