Interbank market news scan: Cryptocurrencies and central banks …

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Today’s crypto exchange rates …

BTC/USD: 45,657.60

BTC/EUR: 37,809.80

BTC/GBP: 32,761.20

ETH/USD: 1,428.01

ETH/EUR: 1,182.56

ETH/GBP: 1,024.66

Follow the links ….

The price of Bitcoin was up nearly 10% in trading Monday after Citibank said in a note to clients that it thinks the cryptocurrency is at a “tipping point” and could one day “become the currency of choice for international trade.” Baystreet.ca – Bitcoin Jumps After Citibank Says The Cryptocurrency Is At A “Tipping Point”

With insane prices, Bitcoin makes its headlines every year. In fact, we forget that each beginning of the year, Bitcoin soars to new heights, as investors seek new means and assets on which to bet and scale. This year is no exception, but the increase is stronger than ever. And this is not related to the covid, but rather to its indirect effect on central banks. Bitcoin can thank central banks (housseniawriting.com)

As the world is moving towards a cashless society, the payment system around us is transforming into a digital economy. Currently, only a small percentage of global money is expressed as physical forms of currency, with the majority of money being exchanged electronically through online payment apps, online, or using debit cards. Despite the fact that society today is on the verge of becoming an advanced economy, only a small percentage of people understand how cryptocurrencies vary from fiat currencies. Difference Between Fiat Currency and Cryptocurrency – Goodreturns

1 March 2021, 10:54 am EST

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