It’s here! After almost a full year of development on our biggest release ever, we are super proud to announce that Delta 4.0 is available worldwide on iOS & Android, to all users!
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In yet another historic week, Bitcoin has blown past the trillion dollar market cap milestone to hit highs of $58K as institutional money pours into the market.
MicroStrategy is buying an additional $1 billion worth of Bitcoin, Motley Fool has scooped up $5 million, and even the world’s largest asset manager BlackRock has “started to dabble” in the cryptoasset. This buying frenzy is reflected on Twitter, where prominent Bitcoiners including Elon Musk and Senator Lummis have powered up their profile images with laser eyes to celebrate surging prices.
Value stocks beat growth stocks
Financials climb on Treasury Bond yield
The Bitcoin rocket has blasted to new highs above $49K after Tesla’a $1.5bn treasury allocation triggered a buying frenzy last Monday.
As the week continued, more bullish news hit the headlines. Twitter said it was considering adding Bitcoin to its balance sheet, and BNY Mellon and Deutsche Bank revealed plans for cryptocurrency custody. Finally on Valentine’s Day, corporate America’s embrace pushed Bitcoin over the edge to climax above $49K before pulling back.
Wall Street reaches another record
Wall Street rebounds
Big earnings for big tech
Bitcoin appeared to hitch a ride on Elon Musk’s rocket on Friday. The cryptoasset soared by 20% to hit $38K as the world’s richest man added #bitcoin to his Twitter Bio, and a record number of options contracts expired. However, despite the spike, soon enough the world’s largest crypto was drifting back to earth.
A negative week on Wall Street
As the cryptocurrency market recovers from a steep pullback, Ethereum is rising out of a sea of red to hit all-time highs.
The second-largest crypto has risen 11% on the week to hit $1,480, as Bitcoin has moved in the opposite direction. This follows suggestions from incoming treasury secretary Janet Yellen that lawmakers “curtail” cryptocurrency use, and claims that a “critical flaw” had been discovered in the Bitcoin blockchain.