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Bitcoin consumes more energy than Malaysia or Egypt With more than 151 Twh of annualised electricity consumption, Bitcoin would, as of 14 May 2021, be the 25th most energy-intensive “country” in the world, ahead of Egypt and Malaysia, and behind Poland. This is according to data updated in real time by the Cambridge Centre for
Blockchain & Crypto where are the big investing? EU working on new rules While the ECB is working on the digital euro, the European Commission is developing new European legislation to regulate Blockchain & Crypto, destined to become a reference point for the banks of the future. Which will be increasingly technological. It was with
Bitcoin so close to $20K Will it be the new gold? After last week’s collapse, Bitcoin is back in the market spotlight as it tries to beat its new records. Yesterday the cryptocurrency, thanks to a leap of more than 8%, exceeded its all-time high of 2017, just over $19,700. A leap that brought the
The new rules will force operators to obtain authorisations from member state authorities in order to provide their services throughout the EU, and set out a number of "safeguards" such as capital requirements, custody of assets, supervision, a complaints procedure for investors, and establish their rights vis-à-vis issuers.