65% of working Americans would accept payment in Bitcoin, Ethereum, or Dogecoin
Skynova, a research and survey business; interviewed over 1,000 working people; including 797 employees and 205 managers, to learn how Americans perceive cryptocurrencies as a form of workplace pay. Americans are eager to accept payment in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
Ethereum is at a critical juncture, which is why bulls may struggle
Ethereum(ETH) failed to overcome a significant barrier near $3,165 against the US dollar. The price of ETH is falling, and it is still at risk of falling below $2,800. Above $3,000, Ethereum began an upward correction, but it failed near $3,165. The price is currently trading below $3,000 and below the 100 hourly simple moving average.
JPMorgan CEO admits he is uninterested in Bitcoin but predicts a tenfold increase in the next five years
In a recent interview with the Times of India, Jamie Dimon; the CEO of JPMorgan; said that he is unconcerned about Bitcoin in response to whether the digital currency should be banned or controlled. Dimon stated that he does not understand why there is such a buzz surrounding the main digital currency; adding that people are wasting too much “time and breath” on it.
IOHK has great aspirations for Cardano, including agreements with Dish and Chainlink
Over the weekend; IOHK founder Charles Hoskinson announced a plethora of partnerships and other initiatives for the Cardano(ADA) blockchain during the Cardano Summit. Hoskinson also announced Plutus, Cardano’s decentralized applications store that would curate licensed DApps for developers.
Indonesia authorises cryptocurrency trade, but will ‘tighten’ rules
While China put the entire cryptocurrency market into a frenzy; Indonesia came out to say that it will not follow its neighbor’s lead by entirely prohibiting all bitcoin transactions. Rather than a blanket prohibition, the country is aiming to implement mechanisms to prevent unlawful cryptocurrency activity.