The price of Bitcoin shed 3% over the past 24 hours, now trading below $34,400 from about $36,000, its highest level since May 2022. It has since rallied 70% to $34,300. Due to improved sentiment, the most expensive crypto asset has rallied some 30% in weeks.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), has assured Nigerians that its digital currency, eNaira posed no threat to financial stability.
In an era where financial empowerment is paramount, Africa is witnessing a remarkable surge in the adoption of stablecoins
Bitcoin price slowed down by $225.28 or 0.85% to $26,294.47 due to retail selloffs
Binance P2P, a peer-to-peer trading platform, has introduced five new automated payment methods
PayPal Launches Stablecoin PayPal has announced the launch of a U.S. dollar-denominated stablecoin, PayPal USD (PYUSD). The company said PayPal USD (PYUSD) is fully backed by U.S. dollar deposits, short-term U.S. treasuries and similar cash equivalents, and can be redeemed 1:1 for U.S. dollars. It said fully-backed, regulated stablecoins have the...