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ETH smashes records, Bitcoin’s brilliant quarter, PayPal’s big move: Hodler’s Digest, March 28–April 3

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Coming every Saturday, Hodler’s Digest will help you track every single important news story that happened this week. The best (and worst) quotes, adoption and regulation highlights, leading coins, predictions and much more — a week on Cointelegraph in one link.

Top Stories This Week

ETH breaks record all-time high amid fresh price surge

Ether? Record high! Binance Coin? Record high! Polkadot? Record high! Bitcoin? Flat as a pancake!

Altcoins have been in the driver’s seat this week, with Ether breaking $2,100 for the very first time — besting the ATH of $2,036 that was set on Feb. 20. Curiously, several coins belonging to so-called “Ethereum killer” blockchains have been thriving, too.

ETH’s price broke out against Bitcoin for the first time in 23 days on Thursday, not long after credit card giant Visa announced it was piloting a program that will allow its partners to use Ethereum’s blockchain to settle transactions made in fiat.

Traders have now become exceedingly bullish on Ether’s prospects and are expecting more upside in the short-term, with $2,500 now in play. In particular, there’s interest in the price activity we could expect in June and July when a major improvement proposal called EIP-1559 is set to overhaul Ethereum’s existing fee structure.

The celebratory atmosphere following ETH’s all-time highs was dampened as the gas fee crisis rumbles on. The cost of using this blockchain has surged 77% in recent days, taking the average fee to an eye-watering $22.97.

April Bulls Day? Bitcoin just closed its best March and Q1 in eight years

Bitcoin may be struggling to find its footing above $60,000 right now, but at least we can take succor in how well the cryptocurrency has performed so far this year.

Despite March being a historically dreary month — with losses in six of the past nine years — BTC delivered gains of 29.84% over this 31-day period. Better still, we’re now heading into April, where BTC has only suffered negative returns twice since 2013.

Across the first quarter of the year, covering January to March, Bitcoin also gained 103%, clocking up the best performance in eight years.

Traditionally, Q2 is the strongest time of the year for Bitcoin — with only two years seeing negative returns, both under 10%. Bulls will now have their sights set on surpassing the gains of 159% seen between April and June 2019.

In other upbeat developments, BTC has just closed six consecutive monthly green candles for the first time since April 2013, and should history repeat itself, we could see further parabolic gains this year.

PayPal to start letting U.S. customers pay in Bitcoin at global merchants

Bitcoin’s bounce back from $55,000 was likely fueled by PayPal’s announcement that crypto will now be accepted as a medium of exchange at millions of global merchants.

The new feature, Checkout with Crypto, means U.S. customers will be able to “seamlessly” use their digital assets to make purchases. PayPal also supports Ether, Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash.

Crypto will be converted into fiat as soon as the transaction takes place, and the payments giant says this will create “certainty of value and no additional transaction fees.”

PayPal CEO Dan Schulman said: “Enabling cryptocurrencies to make purchases at businesses around the world is the next chapter in driving the ubiquity and mass acceptance of digital currencies.”

One fly in the ointment here concerns how America’s taxman, the Internal Revenue Service, regards crypto as property rather than currency. This means that even spending Bitcoin that has risen in value could be regarded as a taxable event.

Coinbase expects direct listing on April 14

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has given its blessing for Coinbase to make its stock market debut, with the exchange confirming it will happen on April 14. It’ll feature on the Nasdaq Global Select Market under the ticker symbol COIN.

Coinbase had been expected to go public in March but reportedly delayed its plans after paying a $6.5-million fee as part of a settlement with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.

Crypto analyst Filbfilb says the direct listing could spark “increased volatility” for Bitcoin’s price, especially if Coinbase suffers immediate sell-offs like Deliveroo did during its ill-fated IPO in London.

In other developments, Messari has compiled a report concluding that the so-called “Coinbase effect” — a popular belief that new token listings on the exchange tend to outperform launches on other exchanges — is true.

Michael Jordan, Will Smith join $305-million funding round for NBA Top Shot maker Dapper Labs

Dapper Labs has raised $305 million in a star-studded funding round — meaning it now reportedly holds a valuation of $2.6 billion.

The company, which has brought CryptoKitties and NBA Top Shot to life, says it wants to go beyond American basketball and extend the “same magic” to other sports franchises.

In other news, intrepid Cardano developers have found a way to mint bootleg nonfungible tokens — despite the fact that the blockchain doesn’t support smart contracts yet. Meanwhile, The Weeknd announced he’s releasing his first NFT via Nifty Gateway, featuring “new music and limited edition art.”

Nifty Gateway has also announced that it is planning to become carbon-negative in the near future by calculating its emissions and purchasing twice as many carbon offsets each month.

The craze behind NFTs now appears to have reached peak parody, too, after NBC’s famed Saturday Night Live sketch show addressed nonfungible tokens in a skit featuring Kate McKinnon as U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.

Announcement of the week

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It’s now been a month since Cointelegraph Markets Pro launched — bringing professional crypto market intelligence to every investor.

New figures this week showed that 41 of the 42 trading strategies tested by Markets Pro are currently beating Bitcoin’s investment returns, and 36 of them are winning against an evenly weighted basket of the top 100 altcoins.

Two key features are offered to subscribers. The first is the VORTECS™ Score, which is derived from an algorithm that examines multiple different variables (including sentiment, tweet volume, price volatility and trading volume) and compares those with historically similar marketscapes. 

And the second is NewsQuakes™: alerts on events that have historically had a significant impact on an asset’s price over the following 24 hours. 

Cointelegraph Markets Pro is available exclusively to subscribers on a monthly basis at $99 per month, or annually with two free months included.

Winners and Losers

At the end of the week, Bitcoin is at $59,699.22, Ether at $2,111.64 and XRP at $0.63. The total market cap is at $1,965,398,828,338.

Among the biggest 100 cryptocurrencies, the top three altcoin gainers of the week are Holo, BitTorrent and Helium. The top three altcoin losers of the week are Voyager Token, SwissBorg and Pundi X.

For more info on crypto prices, make sure to read Cointelegraph’s market analysis

Most Memorable Quotations

“Expecting Ethereum to outperform Bitcoin for all of Q2.”

Rookie, crypto trader

“Is Theta actually worth all the hype? I am not sure because it’s too early to tell. I want to see how well their mainnet does.”

Marie Tatibouet, Gate.io chief marketing officer 

“SpaceX is going to put a literal Dogecoin on the literal moon.”

Elon Musk, Tesla CEO and “Technoking”

“Bitcoin currently in between 2013 and 2017 tracks.”

PlanB, stock-to-flow model creator

“Tether-Winky, Buy the Dipsey, Laa Laa, Poor.”

@CryptoCred

“I do think Bitcoin is on an inevitable path to having the same market cap and then a higher market cap as gold.”

Mike Novogratz, Galaxy Digital CEO

“We are working closely with teams across the firm to explore ways to offer thoughtful and appropriate access to the ecosystem for private wealth clients, and that is something we expect to offer in the near term.”

Mary Rich, Goldman Sachs head of digital assets

“This is the first time you can seamlessly use cryptocurrencies in the same way as a credit card or a debit card inside your PayPal wallet.”

Dan Schulman, PayPal CEO

“A part of the problem with Bitcoin is 90% of it is not done in the United States. 90% of it is done in countries that have dirty energy. So that’s the reason why it’s considered to be a dirty activity.”

Francis Suarez, Miami mayor

Prediction of the Week

One BTC will be worth a Lambo by 2022, and a Bugatti by 2023: Kraken CEO

After previously declaring that Bitcoin will be worth “infinity” in the future (Digests passim), Kraken CEO is making a triumphant return to Prediction of the Week.

Speaking to Bloomberg, Jesse Powell was keen to offer alternatives to measuring Bitcoin’s value in dollars — by comparing future price action to high-end sports cars… which can also have their value measured in dollars.

Powell said that one Bitcoin, which is currently worth a Tesla Model 3, could be worth one Lambo by the end of this year… and one Bugatti by 2023.

He added: “There could be 10 times as many U.S. dollars out there a year from now, so it’s really hard to measure Bitcoin against the dollar.”

FUD of the Week 

iPhone user blames Apple for $600,000 Bitcoin theft via fake app

A scam cryptocurrency app in Apple’s App Store has reportedly swindled 17.1 BTC from one unsuspecting user.

Phillipe Christodoulou had thought he had downloaded official Trezor software, given how it had many five-star reviews. Little did he know that the company doesn’t currently provide such an app.

After entering his seed phrase, Christodoulou says his funds were stolen. His crypto haul was worth $600,000 at the time, but now it’s worth $1 million.

The Washington Post reports that he has now filed a report with the FBI, but it seems the victim is reserving most of his anger for the tech giant: “They betrayed the trust that I had in them. Apple doesn’t deserve to get away with this.”

Trezor spokesperson Kristyna Mazankova told Cointelegraph that the firm has been fighting fraudulent apps for years — but claimed the wallet company “never gets any response from either Apple or Google.”

Oops! A 100% Bitcoin hodl outperformed CNBC’s 2017 altcoin basket by 170%

Ah, 2017. A crazy time that was slap bang in the middle of the ICO boom.

An investment portfolio that was championed by CNBC at the time has now resurfaced, which was made up of 30% Bitcoin and 70% altcoins.

Four years on, those who invested $10,000 at the time would now have about $52,300. Had they just bought and hodled Bitcoin, they would now have over $140,000.

StatsBTC, which crunched the numbers, noted: “The 30% #BTC allocation is responsible for 75% of the return.”

South Korean government makes $10.5-million profit from four-year-old Bitcoin crime haul

South Korean prosecutors have finally sold a Bitcoin haul they confiscated from a criminal in 2017, and it’s worth $10.5 million more than it was at the time of the arrest.

This is believed to be the first time that authorities in the country have sold confiscated Bitcoin — and at the time the crypto was seized, it was worth a paltry $238,000.

In late March, the South Korean government enacted widespread crypto-specific laws for the first time, putting more pressure on exchanges and virtual asset service providers to use real-name trading accounts and to report their activities to Korea’s Financial Intelligence Unit. 

Best Cointelegraph Features

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Making DeFi idiot-proof with Kava’s gamer CEO, Brian Kerr

Kerr says a major reason that decentralized finance has not yet hit the mainstream is that “93% of holders are never gonna touch their own keys.”

This is how to make — and lose — a fortune with NFTs

The rise of nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, has been nothing short of astounding this year. Google searches for “NFT” are up over 600% since mid-February.

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Gold, Stocks, Bitcoin: Weekly Overview — May 6

This week’s price movements for bitcoin (BTC), gold, and our wildcard stock PayPal, and bonus stock AMD.

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This week’s price movements for bitcoin (BTC), gold, and our wildcard stock PayPal, and bonus stock AMD.

BTC

After recovering above the $50,000 price level last week, bitcoin has been largely channeling in the 50,000’s this week. After reaching nearly $52,400 on April 29, BTC saw a boost the next day, pushing its price to $58,400 by May 1.

It trickled down the next two days to $56,400. Then on May 3, the price bumped back up to $58,800, before selling pressure forced it down by the end of the day and over the course of the next day. Upon opening on May 5, BTC was trading at $53,300, but rose back up to nearly $58,000 later in the day. On May 6, BTC reached $58,000 again, but is now trading just above $57,000.

Source: TradingView

GOLD

Gold has had a handful of large swings over the past week. It fell sharply on April 29, down to $1,756, before recovering to around $1,764 for most of the next day.

However, on May 3, gold saw persistent buying pressure, which brought it to the brink of $1,800. It trickled back down after that, before briefly shooting back up to that level, then dropping again the next day. From there, it played just above $1,776, then started creeping up, which it continued on May 6. Then around midday it skyrocketed past $1,800, to where it is currently trading around $1,815.

Source:TradingView

This lift above the psychologically significant value of $1,800 was supported by slipping bond yields and a slightly weaker U.S. dollar. The first time breaching this threshold is “quite something for gold,” according to Ross Norman, chief executive officer at Metals Daily.

“Over the last three weeks, it has attempted these levels five times unsuccessfully, which further reinforces the strength of the resistance level,” he said. “The key issue is that the nominal ten-year Treasury yield has been edging lower and the real yield looks like it is headed back to -1% once again.” Meanwhile, “the sharp move higher in silver through the $27 level will also have given gold confidence to move higher,” Norman added. 

PYPL

Similarly to other crypto-related firms, PayPal (PYPL) has recently been trading like BTC. For example, it saw a recent peak around mid-February before bottoming out by the end of the month. This week, however, it has not fared too well.

From around $274 last week, PYPL has been edging down day-by-day, before hitting support around $246 on May 4. Although after closing on May 5 the stock rose over 5% in light of a successful earnings report.

Source: TradingView

The company generated first-quarter net income of $1.1 billion, or $0.92 cents a share, up from $84 million, or $0.07 a share, in the same quarter the year prior. After adjusting for stock-based compensation, and other items, PYPL earned $1.22 a share, nearly double the $0.66 a share of the year prior.

PayPal’s revenue for the quarter totaled $6.03 billion, up from $4.62 billion, a year earlier, bolstered by the increase in digital payment due to the global coronavirus pandemic, and the growing use of its crypto offerings.

“The really interesting thing is that we not only saw the strongest quarter in our history, but as we look forward, we’re continuing to see elevated levels of digital spending,” chief executive Dan Schulman said. “And we now believe the shift in consumers’ digital behavior is going to remain essentially unchanged in a post-COVID world.”

AMD

This week’s bonus stock is Advanced Micro Devices, who also recently released an earnings report. Its stock also seems to have struggled the past week.

After opening around nearly $90 on April 28, the stock promptly sold off to below $86. It continued to sink down to $82 going into the weekend. The sell off continued upon opening, on May 3, to $79. It edged down to $78 the next day, before inching back up to $79 the following day. By May 6, it had reached below $77, but is now trading just below $78.

Source:TradingView

The large selloff that occurred on April 28, was due to the release of its latest earnings report. AMD earned $3.45 billion in its first quarter of 2021, a 93% increase year-on-year. Although a great deal of that revenue likely stemmed from purchases for cryptocurrency mining, the company’s CEO Lisa Su seemed to stumble over a question regarding its contribution.

“You asked about crypto. We do not — we have negligible crypto in here,” she said. Because AMD does not make products explicitly for the crypto mining market, it is unable to discern what customer segments its profits derive from. 

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Nick is a data scientist who teaches economics and communication in Budapest, Hungary, where he received a BA in Political Science and Economics and an MSc in Business Analytics from CEU. He has been writing about cryptocurrency and blockchain technology since 2018, and is intrigued by its potential economic and political usage. He can best be described as an optimistic center-left skeptic.

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Major Law Firm CMS Adds Stratis (STRAX) to its Legal Accelerator Program

Blockchain-based services company Stratis was selected to become the newest member of CMS’s legal accelerator program.

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The large law firm CMS selected the blockchain service company Stratis, for its equIP legal accelerator program. As a result, Stratis and CMS will offer support and guidance to startups requiring legal counsel.

CMS Adds Stratis to Accelerator Program

Founded in 1999, CMS is an integrated, multi-jurisdictional organization of law firms that offers full-service legal and tax advice. The firm has more than 70 offices in over 40 counties with nearly 5,000 lawyers.

In a press release shared with CryptoPotato, Stratis announced a partnership with CMS. The former is a blockchain-based project offering enhanced security, reliability, and performance through its DLT system.

This means that Stratis will join the law firm’s legal accelerator program called CMS equIP. The integration will enable the blockchain-based service company to “easily tap into CMS’s expert legal teams across the firm’s 70 offices worldwide.”

Stratis will also enjoy “steep” discounts and will be able to access the law firm’s network of investors, tech companies, and startups.


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The CMS equIP program will offer support to startups requiring legal counsel. However, they would need to pass “stringent” selection processes.

“We are please do welcome Stratis to the CMS equIP fold. It has and continues to set a remarkable track record in supporting new businesses and startups that are being built by some of the brightest minds in the country.

As we build a center of excellence for legal services specifically for blockchain companies, and in EmTech generally, Stratis will form an important part of this.” – commented Charles Kerrigan, CMS Partner.

Crucial Importance for Stratis

The statement outlined the “critical” benefits coming in Stratis’ way after receiving access to the “best legal advice in the world.” Furthermore, the partnership could also serve as a major first step towards bridging the gap between companies from within and outside of the cryptocurrency industry, especially in times when global regulations are looming.

Stratis Founder and CEO Chris Trew also highlighted the significance of this integration for this company:

“Being selected to become a member of CMS’s exclusive equIP program is a tremendous achievement for Stratis and a testament to the fantastic technology we have built and delivered. As the first blockchain-based project to be admitted to the program, I look forward to exploring opportunities and collaborating with other innovative equIP members.”

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Major Law Firm CMS Adds Stratis (STRAX) to its Legal Accelerator Program

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The large law firm CMS selected the blockchain service company Stratis, for its equIP legal accelerator program. As a result, Stratis and CMS will offer support and guidance to startups requiring legal counsel.

CMS Adds Stratis to Accelerator Program

Founded in 1999, CMS is an integrated, multi-jurisdictional organization of law firms that offers full-service legal and tax advice. The firm has more than 70 offices in over 40 counties with nearly 5,000 lawyers.

In a press release shared with CryptoPotato, Stratis announced a partnership with CMS. The former is a blockchain-based project offering enhanced security, reliability, and performance through its DLT system.

This means that Stratis will join the law firm’s legal accelerator program called CMS equIP. The integration will enable the blockchain-based service company to “easily tap into CMS’s expert legal teams across the firm’s 70 offices worldwide.”

Stratis will also enjoy “steep” discounts and will be able to access the law firm’s network of investors, tech companies, and startups.


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The CMS equIP program will offer support to startups requiring legal counsel. However, they would need to pass “stringent” selection processes.

“We are please do welcome Stratis to the CMS equIP fold. It has and continues to set a remarkable track record in supporting new businesses and startups that are being built by some of the brightest minds in the country.

As we build a center of excellence for legal services specifically for blockchain companies, and in EmTech generally, Stratis will form an important part of this.” – commented Charles Kerrigan, CMS Partner.

Crucial Importance for Stratis

The statement outlined the “critical” benefits coming in Stratis’ way after receiving access to the “best legal advice in the world.” Furthermore, the partnership could also serve as a major first step towards bridging the gap between companies from within and outside of the cryptocurrency industry, especially in times when global regulations are looming.

Stratis Founder and CEO Chris Trew also highlighted the significance of this integration for this company:

“Being selected to become a member of CMS’s exclusive equIP program is a tremendous achievement for Stratis and a testament to the fantastic technology we have built and delivered. As the first blockchain-based project to be admitted to the program, I look forward to exploring opportunities and collaborating with other innovative equIP members.”

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Moma Protocol Completes $2.25M Round to Create Infinite Liquidity for DeFi Lending Markets

[Press Release – Singapore, Singapore, 6th May, 2021] Moma Protocol, an innovative solution to solve scalability, liquidity and speculation needs in the current DeFi lending market, has completed a $2.25 million dollar round of funding led by Fundamental Labs and SevenX Ventures. Moma Protocol creates, manages, accelerates, and aggregates lending markets through a proprietary smart […]

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[Press Release – Singapore, Singapore, 6th May, 2021]

Moma Protocol, an innovative solution to solve scalability, liquidity and speculation needs in the current DeFi lending market, has completed a $2.25 million dollar round of funding led by Fundamental Labs and SevenX Ventures.

Moma Protocol creates, manages, accelerates, and aggregates lending markets through a proprietary smart contract factory, creating an ecosystem that allows for the infinite expansion of lending liquidity and market diversity. Moma Protocol was incubated and supported by Lichang, a community App with over a million registered users. Since the protocol’s concept inception, the concept of “improving the scalability of the DeFi lending market” has been favored by the crypto market and recognized by the community.

The investors in this round include Fundamental Labs, a highly reputable blockchain fund that has invested in Coinbase, and also SevenX Ventures, which has over 100 successful investments in it’s portfolio, as well as other investors including AU21 Capital, Blocksync Ventures, BuildingBlocks, Coins Group, Consensus Investment, DFG Capital, FBG Capital, Finlink Capital, Lotus Capital, Magnus Capital, Moonrock Capital, Moonwhale Ventures, Oasis Capital, Spark Digital Capital, Waterdrip Capital, X21 Digital and Zee Prime Capital.  (Participating institutions in alphabetical order).

As an ecosystem with unlimited expansion of lending liquidity and market diversity, Moma Protocol can enrich the DeFi lending market by opening up new lending markets for long-tail digital assets.

SevenX’s spokesperson points out the reason for his bullish view on the Moma Protocol: “As the most important foundation pillar of DeFi architecture — the lending agreement, Moma has made a unique and permissionless innovation here, which greatly enriches the diversity of the market. It has huge potentials to become a scalable platform covering both the mainstream and long tail digital assets.”

Commenting on the investment in Moma Protocol, FBG’s founder Shuji Zhou said, “The DeFi market has seen explosive growth over the past year, with more and more assets being swept up in the DeFi wave. Moma Protocol meets the lending needs of long-tail assets by providing a proprietary smart contract factory that combines the strengths of Uniswap and Compound, to produce an unlimited number of customizable lending pools, thereby bringing more assets into the current lending market to increase the liquidity, diversity and scalability of the DeFi ecosystem, which is something to look forward to. ”

Moma Protocol’s Founder and CEO, Ocean Liao: “I believe that the goal that Moma Protocol wants to achieve is to create an expandable, scalable and flexible infrastructure for the DeFi world in 5-10 years, in a way that everyone can freely participate. I am optimistic about the DeFi ecology and the lending scenario, and I am happy to be able to drive Moma Protocol to explore the future with the infinite liquidity-generating factory model that fascinates me the most. We are ready to set sail!”

About Moma Protocol

As a solution to meet users’ demand for liquidity, scalability, and speculation needs in the DeFi lending markets, Moma Protocol produces, manages, accelerates and aggregates the lending market through a proprietary smart contract factory, creating an ecosystem that can expand infinitely in lending liquidity and market diversity. The beta version of the product has currently been online and the official version of the product will be live in Q2 2021.

Team

CEO Ocean

Master Degree at Fudan University, senior programmer, serial entrepreneur in the blockchain industry with solid experience in initiating projects such as Gravity (300,000 users), Lichang (1 million users), TokenUp wallet (100,000 users); respected veteran in the Chinese community.

CTO V.C

Master Degree at Fudan University, senior blockchain developer, independently led the development, testing, and deployment of two Ethereum-based DeFi projects, and was involved in the launch of the mainnet and application development of blockchain projects such as EOS, Platon and Worbli.

CMO Virginia

Co-founder of Coins Group, a crypto fund based in Hong Kong, 12 years of experience in digital marketing and internet start-up building; 4 years of experience in blockchain investment and project incubation, invested in over 30 blockchain projects

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