News- 23/09/2021



  1. 1 XCV = £0.01333
  2. 1 BTC = £32,020.20
  3. 1 ETH = £2,256.94


  1. Cambrian Says Its New Bitcoin, Ethereum Trusts Will Cut Through Volatility: The California-based asset manager said the new trusts will reduce volatility through its active management strategy.
  1. Almost half of crypto owners turn to celebs like Kim Kardashian for advice: Survey: A surprisingly large proportion of crypto owners report they would purchase a crypo asset because it is endorsed by a celebrity or influencer.
  1. WHY THE BITCOIN PRICE IS STAYING ABOVE $40,000: The $40,000-plus range has been a key psychological level for the bitcoin price.
  1. ECOMI And VeVe: The Mom And Pop Of NFT Comics And Illustrated Books: Today’s generation has found a new way to turn digital comics into high value digital NFTs that can be resold for two to ten times (or more) of their initial value.
  1. Is Snoop Dogg A Mysterious NFT Whale?
  1. Founder of controversial BitClout platform discusses the next big thing – “DeSo”: Nader Al-Naji wants to break the stranglehold of existing social media platforms. But with a great deal of wariness surrounding BitClout, can the community take his claims at face value?

  1. Attacked by ‘Double Your Bitcoin’ Scammers
  1. FCA to use blockchain to speed up regulatory reporting: The Financial Conduct Authority is working with the Bank of England on a blockchain-based digital regulatory reporting initiative to tackle the growing costs of compliance checks.
  1. Companies could go it alone on sustainable goals if charities fail to work effectively with them, report warns: A failure to establish successful partnerships between charities and private companies could result in corporates deciding to go it alone to meet sustainable development goals, a new report warns.
  1. Scottish charities raise over £90m a year from gifts in Wills: Charities in Scotland are raising more than £90 million a year from gifts in Wills, according to a joint report released today by Remember A Charity, Legacy Foresight, the Institute of Legacy Management and Smee & Ford.
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