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The viral Telegram-based clicker game, Notcoin, has ended its mining phase and is planning to launch its NOT token on The Open Network (TON) on or around April 20. This date coincides with the Bitcoin halving event, where the amount of BTC earned by miners is cut in half approximately every four years.
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North America
The US government has transferred 30,175 Bitcoins from Silk Road to Coinbase. The cost of the transfer is approximately $2 billion at the current BTC price of $65,000. The government previously sold 9,861 coins worth $216 million in March 2023.
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Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin has weighed in on the Layer 3 debate, stating that his view on Layer 3 chains has not changed. Buterin argues that L3 chains do not make sense as scaling solutions but may serve other purposes. He suggests that Layer 2 chains can achieve cost savings on deposits and withdrawals.
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Alternative Bank and TK Tech Africa have partnered in a $500 million Digital Sukuk initiative in Nigeria. The partnership aims to leverage blockchain technology for the issuance, trading, and settlement of Sukuk bonds. The collaboration seeks to reshape investment practices in Nigeria.
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Qantas has launched a new direct flight between Sydney and Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea. The new route will save customers at least three hours in travel time by avoiding a stopover in Brisbane. Qantas began services to Papua New Guinea in the 1940s with two light aircraft stationed in Lae.
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Latin America
Argentina's government, led by President Javier Milei, has introduced a new regulation requiring a compulsory Registry of Virtual Asset Service Providers. The regulation applies to companies and individuals involved in various crypto-related services, including buying, selling, sending, receiving, or trading.
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Hokkoku Bank in Japan has launched its own stablecoin called Tochika. The stablecoin is backed by bank deposits, bridging traditional banking with digital finance. Users can top up their Tochika balances through the Tochituka app and use it at participating local stores.
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