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Are you tired of virtual mining simulators that offer nothing in return? Are you ready to join the mining revolution and turn your online efforts into real-life riches?
The purchase and sale of in-game items is the core of the NFT gaming industry's revenue model.
Cryptocurrency has made its way into the world of sports. Football hasn't had the best relationship with technology in the past. David de Gea's move to Real Madrid fell through because the fax machine was too slow.
The World's First To Pay Its Players Primarily In Bitcoin - Gibraltar Football Club To Pay Players With Bitcoin
A Gibraltar-based professional football team is going to become the world's first to pay its players primarily in bitcoin. Pablo Dana, the club's owner, announced the move. The adjustments will take effect for the next season.
Over the last year, the worlds of professional cryptocurrency and football have been intimately entwined. According to critics, it is dangerous that the game has become so inextricably linked to an unregulated, unpredictable business.
Stablecoin holders are panicking now as Terra Luna collapses. As of May 9, 2018, the so-called stablecoin TerraUSD (UST) was no longer tied to the US dollar after nearly 18 months of maintaining a stable value. Not only did the decoupling lead to the collapse of UST and Terra (LUNA), but also played a role in the huge decrease that bitcoin and the greater cryptocurrency market experienced, from which they have yet to fully recover.
TerraUST plummets a few times recently causing panic to stablecoin traders and football betters. Terra's UST, the third-largest stablecoin by market size, fell to $0.69 in trade on Monday. This is an all-time low, according to CoinMarketCap statistics, even after the Terra-supporting Luna Foundation Guard pressed a $1.5 billion loan to prop up the currency. On Coinbase, the stated price fell as low as $0.65.
Como resultado del desarrollo de las criptomonedas para los casinos en línea, las apuestas de fútbol de bitcoin se han convertido en una tendencia. Las casas de apuestas que aceptan Bitcoin han comenzado a aparecer con una frecuencia envidiable. Si bien apostar al fútbol con BTC es completamente legal, puede variar según las leyes de una determinada jurisdicción.