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This morning, when VeChain THOR officially launched, its team announced that it would be teaming up with the global car company BMW. This new collaboration could potentially catapult the coin to brand new highs. The project’s CEO, Sunny Lu, announced the partnership in the video below
VeChain (VET), a Singapore-based enterprise blockchain platform for financial services and supply chain management, announced this week that it has entered into a partnership with BYD Auto, one of China’s largest automobile manufacturers, to develop a carbon credit solution on the VeChainThor blockchain.
Bitcoin price reaches a new high in Iran as its national currency Rial hits a new record low against the US Dollar which is the result of Trump’s sanctions on the country. During this crisis, facts reveal Bitcoin and crypto is the only hope of these people.
Everyone is eagerly awaiting the bull rally to hit the crypto market hard. But looks like Iran has already started way before the world. According to the Exir website, a local crypto exchange of Iran, 1 BTC = 96,000,000.
Bitcoin price reaches a new high in Iran as its national currency Rial hits a new record low against the US Dollar which is the result of Trump’s sanctions on the country. During this crisis, facts reveal Bitcoin and crypto is the only hope of these people
Investors may want to mark their calendars on Sept. 30 and Nov. 5 for potential spike in Bitcoin’s value because wider acceptance of BTC could be on the line.
On Sept. 30, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) will rule on whether to approve the VanEck SolidX Bitcoin Trust Exchange Traded Fund (ETF). (Here’s their application.) This year, the U.S. financial regulator disapproved prior ETF applicants but there’s mounting pressure from Corporate America to bring cryptocurrency to the masses. And with business-friendly President Donald Trump occupying the White House, the SEC could lend a sympathetic ear to groups that bring credibility.