US City Installs Crypto ATM at Airport After Accepting Cryptocurrency for Payments

The U.S. city of Williston in North Dakota is installing a cryptocurrency ATM at its international airport. “This marks the first government-hosted cryptocurrency kiosk,” the city said. Williston also accepts cryptocurrencies for payments of utility bills. ‘The First Government-Hosted Cryptocurrency Kiosk’ The city of Williston in the U.S. state of North Dakota announced Wednesday a partnership with crypto ATM operator Coin Cloud to install a cryptocurrency ATM at its Williston Basin International Airport (XWA). The city wrote: This marks the first government-hosted cryptocurrency kiosk and the first Coin Cloud installation…

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Blockchain is Changing the Casino Industry

Blockchain has revolutionized the casino world. Many of the online casinos featured on Winvio work with blockchain. They provide the customers the ability to instantly withdraw funds and offer products from iGaming developers. In addition, blockchain casinos have secured payment services, inaccessible to third parties. The widespread acceptance of cryptocurrencies in online casinos has made it easier for gamers to bet freely and securely. Blockchain doesn’t need an introduction to online games. It’s a decade-old invention that has penetrated the market with its innovative and decentralized influence. However, trust on…

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Half of Uniswap v3 liquidity providers are losing money: New research

A recent study of Uniswap v3 pools revealed that on average, almost half of the liquidity providers are losing money due to impermanent losses. Recent research shows that impermanent losses have become an increasing issue for liquidity providers on Uniswap v3.  A Nov. 17 report by Topaz Blue and the Bancor Protocol found that 49.5% of liquidity providers on Uniswap v3 have incurred negative returns from impermanent loss (IL). The report highlighted that Uniswap v3 generates the highest fees of any automated market maker (AMM) today, but IL surpasses those…

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