The U.S. economy is still scrambling with a labor shortage as a result of the pandemic, which left 10.9 million jobs vacant at the end of 2021. But the employment situation summary signals a strong recovery from pandemic levels as the labor market continues to add jobs. Just...
The deal is expected to close in the second half of this year. Team Valhalla
A psychological phenomenon tied to the beginning of spring may cause bitcoin prices to jump in April, one analyst commented. Team Valhalla
The move continues a recent string of denials by the SEC of applications for spot bitcoin ETFs. Team Valhalla
The new “Axie Infinity: Origin” was originally supposed to debut on March 30. Team Valhalla
“There’s always been lots of hype around NFTs, but what investors are now seeing is that it’s actually durable,” Kan told CoinDesk in an interview. “Even if it’s a bear market, even if the prices might go down, the idea that people want to collect digital assets on...
Michael Casey visits NFT.LA and finds permissionless innovation in the capital of storytelling. Team Valhalla
The latest moves in crypto markets in context for April 1, 2022. Team Valhalla
It’s seeking to be the centerpiece of Web 3, but a successful metaverse could run headfirst into some old-style protectionist barriers like work permits and data blocks, trade policy expert Sam Lowe tells us. Team Valhalla
And he seems entirely sincere about the meat of his argument. Amidst the huge diversity of blockchain ideas, he writes, the Bitcoin community’s commitment to caution and willingness to defend Bitcoin with real ferocity are particularly valuable. As he details with examples like Ethereum miners frontrunning users and...