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Can you earn passive income running a Lightning node?

Learn to manage and run a Lightning node at a profit. Also, discover various Lightning Network problems and how to address them.

Sam Bankman-Fried provides bailouts, ‘Bitcoin dead’ searches soar, and debate over hidden themes behind BAYC continues: Hodlers Digest, June 19–25

Can Metaverse technology enhance human-AI efficiency?

How will AI be used in the metaverse? Can AI and blockchain work together? A dive into the future of AI aligned with blockchain.

What is StrongBlock (STRONG) and how does it work?

Strongblock creates platforms and protocols with the intention of revolutionizing how blockchain networks compensate the nodes that protect and sustain them.

Bitcoin network power demand falls to 10.65GW as hash rate sees 14% drop

The Bitcoin network recorded the year 2022’s lowest power demand of 10.65 gigawatts (GW). At its peak, the BTC network demanded 16.09 GW of power.

It seems NFT-themed Bored & Hungry restaurant no longer accepts crypto

The alleged removal is a bit strange considering Bored and Hungry only opened its doors back in April.

Axie Infinity to compensate Ronin exploit victims and relaunch bridge

Once the bridge reopens on June 28, users will be able to withdraw one ETH for each one they possessed before the attack.

Solana smartphone Saga triggers mixed reactions from crypto community

From comparing the project to Apple and Ethereum to bringing up network outages, the community reacted to the new Web3 phone by Solana.

THORChain token price up 16% following mainnet launch

After four years of waiting, THORChain’s new mainnet “marks the achievement of a fully functional, feature-rich protocol with a large ecosystem and strong community.”

‘Bad’ crypto projects should not be bailed out says Binance founder CZ

Binance CEO CZ has argued that crypto firms that have been poorly managed, poorly operated, or have released poorly designed products should be left to crumble.

Breaking: Harmony's Horizon Bridge hacked for $100M

The layer-1 blockchain’s main bridge between Ethereum, Binance Chain, and Bitcoin has been exploited for nine figures, but says its BTC bridge has not been affected.

US Congressional hearing on digital asset regulation focuses on disclosure

An agriculture subcommittee heard a CFTC official, a law professor, a Chainalysis cofounder and Charles Hoskinson air their views on regulation and adjacent topics.

Buy Bitcoin or start mining? HashWorks CEO points to ‘attractive investment yield’ in BTC mining

Bear markets are for building, which is exactly why HashWorks CEO Todd Esse says BTC’s current pricing presents an opportunity for retail investors and industrial mining companies.

Coinbase to track off-exchange transactions from Dutch customers

Dutch users need to provide the recipient's full name, the purpose of transfer and full residential address to move digital assets off the platform.

How blockchain can open up energy markets: EU DLT expert explains

The main barrier to the wide adoption of DLT solutions by the energy system stakeholders is how energy markets are structured.

Old-school photographers grapple with NFTs: New world, new rules

University of Cincinnati turning crypto craze into educational curriculum

The programs, which are funded by a longtime supporter of the university, will teach students about Bitcoin and other digital assets.

Bitcoin is here to stay even as new innovations develop — Bybit founder

Ben Zhou, the founder of Bybit, said that the exchange is putting some focus on educating users who are new to crypto.

Kraken reiterates hiring targets as CEO denounces 'woke activists' in corporate culture

"We recognize that hurt feelings are inevitable in a global organization that is optimizing for team outcomes above individual sentiment," said the team at Kraken.

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