News of cryptocurrencies of the 2nd week of April 2023

FixedFloat adds TON

FixedFloat continues to expand its list of supported currencies and delight its users. This week the long-awaited addition of Toncoin took place, now this currency is available for exchange. This currency is gaining popularity due to its goal, which is to combine all existing blockchains into a new single network with decentralization, anonymity and instantaneous speed.

Shapella has been updated on the Ethereum network

The long-awaited update of Shapella took place in the Ethereum network. Network users can now withdraw coins from staking. Over 18 million ETH have become available for withdrawal. With each block, validators withdraw about 45 ETH from staking in the form of 16 transactions of 3 ETH. 95% of the withdrawn total is staking rewards and only 5% is the main share of users.

Bitcoin hit $30,000

BTC topped $30,000 this week for the first time since last June. Investors note that overcoming the mark is an important milestone and signals further growth. Ethereum is also showing growth and is approaching the $2,000 mark.

FTX recovers $7.3 billion in assets

During the FTX hearing, it was revealed that the restructuring team was able to raise $7.3 billion in liquid assets, up $800 million from the last report. Also, the media reported that the exchange is considering the possibility of restarting. After that, the price of the token increased by 70%.

23 quarterly BNB burn

This week saw the 23rd quarterly BNB burn, resulting in 2,020,132.25 BNB burns. The burn is automatic and aims to reduce the total supply of coins to 100,000,000 BNB depending on the BNB rate and the number of blocks in the BNB Smart Chain (BSC) network during the quarter. This allows for more transparency and predictability for the BNB community.

53% of all BTC have not moved in the last two years

53% of all BTC coins have remained immobile in addresses for the last 2 years, which is a new record in this indicator. It can be assumed that many of these coins were purchased at the peak of the BTC rate and now their owners are waiting for the right moment to sell. About 29% of the total BTC has been dormant over the past 5 years and 15% has remained intact over the past 10 years.

Justin Sun subpoenaed in Tron case

Last month, the founder of the Tron Foundation Ltd. Justin Sun has been charged with an unregistered offering of securities in the form of Tron (TRX) and BitTorrent (BTT) tokens. The SEC took Sun to court this week. The regulator also suspects the Tron Foundation, BitTorrent Foundation, and Rainberry (formerly BitTorrent) of manipulating the TRX secondary market through a "laundering trade" to earn an estimated $31 million. pay civil penalties.

April 12 World Hamster Day

12th was World Hamster Day. It was on this day in 1930 that Professor Israel Aharoni went on an expedition. It is believed that it was thanks to this event that the domestication of hamsters began. In the crypto community, there are many terms that denote the characteristic features of traders. Among them is a hamster. This is the name of inexperienced traders who are not very well versed in cryptocurrencies.

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