The Security and Exchange Commission [SEC] has banned Crypto Staking in the USA for retail institutions. SEC also charged Kraken Exchange for running Crypto staking program as a service not as a security. If you want to pledge on a centralized platform, you must accept supervision, but you can also choose a decentralized platform, which seems to make the decentralized platform stronger. Gary Gensler and the SEC aren’t looking to ban all staking, but rather want to increase the fiduciary responsibility of centralized entities offering staking as a service. It also likely means that decentralized staking protocols like LidoFinance and Rocketpool are in the clear as the funds transfers are transparent and onchain.
These cryptocurrencies, which were developed to provide users with utility and benefits, include Big Eyes Coin (BIG), Fantom (FTM), and Quant (QNT). By holding a fraction of the Quant (QNT) tokens, customers can work with the Overledger and progress toward the Quant biological system. Big Eyes (BIG): A Meme Coin With A Host Of UtilitiesThe Big Eyes Coin (BIG) initiative is the most recent in a long line of meme tokens that are distinguishing themselves by offering more than just amusement. It is not unlikely that Big Eyes Coin (BIG), which provides a lot of liquidity in the cryptocurrency market, would improve exchanges with its continual advances and deeds, exceeding its partners. Big Eyes’ (BIG) ecology is designed to be self-sustaining and as user-friendly as possible.3 months ago Tekedia
As the 2023 presidential elections is only less than five months away, many Nigerian electorates still look forward to a jaw contest among the various presidential aspirants. In light of the foregoing, the Nigeria Elections Debate Group, NEDG has announced its readiness to kickstart its presidential debate by mid November this year towards the 2023 presidential and general elections. According to him, due to financial and time constraint, the NEDG will limit the number of presidential candidates to the four most popular ones based on the poll results. The organising partners include the Broadcasting organisations of Nigeria, the Nigeria Economic Summit Group, the Nigeria Union of journalists, and the guild of editors, among others. The NEDG is also committed to entrenching an enduring democratic culture through organised television debates since the return to democratic rule in Nigeria in 1999.5 months ago Tekedia