first mover-asia

Shrugging Shoulders
First Mover Asia: Cryptos Shrug Off Latest US Productivity, Jobs Data; Bitcoin Hovers at $22.9K
ALSO: Sam Reynolds considers litecoin's strong performance over the past year compared to bitcoin and ether. The first altcoin has been operating largely out of the spotlight.
Shrugging Shoulders

CDCROP: Three Arrows pointing upwards (Jungwoo Hong/Unsplash)
First Mover Asia: Bitcoin Tops $23.7K in Wednesday Comeback
The largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization regained ground lost in a late Tuesday swoon. ALSO: Laguna Labs CEO Stefan Rust discusses Genesis and bitcoin's short-term prospects in a CoinDesk Q&A.
CDCROP: Three Arrows pointing upwards (Jungwoo Hong/Unsplash)

Pascal Bernardon/Unsplash
First Mover Asia: Bitcoin Seesaws Above and Below $23K Again
The largest cryptocurrency has been holding steady near this threshold as investors remain hopeful about inflation and the economy.
Pascal Bernardon/Unsplash

Dominoes Falling (Charl Folscher/Unsplash)
First Mover Asia: Ether Prices Fall Relative to Bitcoin
The ETH/BTC currency pair has declined 8% since Jan. 11 as the price increase in bitcoin has been more pronounced than ether’s; BTC hovers near $23K in Monday trading.
Dominoes Falling (Charl Folscher/Unsplash)

CDCROP: Concept of leadership. Blocks with arrows moving up. (Getty Images)
First Mover Asia: Bitcoin Surges Past $23K Before Retreating
ALSO: Sam Reynolds writes that Microsoft cutting its mixed reality team underlines large tech firms's struggles to succeed in the augmented and virtual reality space. Will Apple do better?
CDCROP: Concept of leadership. Blocks with arrows moving up. (Getty Images)

(Getty Images)
First Mover Asia: Bitcoin Returns to Its Winning Ways
ALSO: Shaurya Malwa writes about Singapore asset management firm Cobo's initiative to introduce separate custodian, clearing and settlement services to crypto.
(Getty Images)

(Giorgio Parravicini/Unsplash)
First Mover Asia: FTX’s Illiquid Holdings Filled With Tokens That Sit in Venture Funds in Which It Invested; Bitcoin Falls Below $21K
A good portion of FTX's illiquid tokens can be found on the balance sheet of funds, including Sino Global and Multicoin Capital. FTX invested in these funds, and their names often appear alongside FTX as co-investors in projects.
(Giorgio Parravicini/Unsplash)

sean-benesh-IWaohFXvD7s-unsplash (2)
First Mover Asia: Bitcoin Hangs Tough Over $21K for Another Day
ALSO: Sam Reynolds writes about the unlikely rally of metaverse majors, including Axie Infinity and Decentraland, even as they struggle to keep users engaged.
sean-benesh-IWaohFXvD7s-unsplash (2)

Up Arrows (Unsplash)
First Mover Asia: Bitcoin Tops $21.3K as Cryptos' 2023 Feel-Good Story Continues
ALSO: Sam Reynolds writes that the surge of FTX’s FTT Token is part of a trend in which investors send prices of certain tokens higher even as their projects fail or flounder.
Up Arrows (Unsplash)

Bitcoin soars higher, flying, bird (Shutterstock)
First Mover Asia: Bitcoin Surges on Inflation Tailwinds, Hovers Near $21K
ALSO: Sam Reynolds writes that Ark Invest's Cathie Wood is correct in thinking that, despite market uncertainty, disruptive innovation technologies that address issues have gained traction.
Bitcoin soars higher, flying, bird (Shutterstock)