Crypto News Roundup for Sept. 29, 2021


This episode is sponsored by Kava, and Bitstamp.

Today’s Stories:

Bitcoin Consolidates Above $40K Support; Resistance at $45K

Market Wrap: Traders Seek Protection as Crypto and Stocks Dip on US Debt Ceiling Impasse

Bitcoin Eyes Biggest Monthly Price Loss Since May

Wall Street and European stocks steady after inflation fears rattled markets

Stock Futures Signal Markets to Steady After Rout

Stock Traders Step In After Rout as Bonds Rebound: Markets Wrap

Strong U.S. business spending on equipment seen underpinning GDP growth in Q3

China Power Outages Pose New Threat to Supplies of Chips and Other Goods

World Food Costs at Risk of Soaring as China Faces Tough Harvest

Myanmar currency drops 60% in weeks as economy tanks since February coup

Some Evergrande offshore bondholders not paid by Wednesday deadline Asia time

Britons turn more downbeat about finances as inflation rises

Thailand’s Tourism Authority Floats Idea of Utility Token to Attract Crypto Holders: Report

Ethereum Developer Virgil Griffith Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy Charge in North Korea Sanctions Case

More Crypto Platforms Exit China Following Ban on Transactions

Alibaba to Stop Selling Crypto Mining Machines

Leading Crypto Mining Machine Maker Bitmain Said it will also Halt Sales in China

Digital Dollar Needs Legislative Support, Fed Chair Says

Coinbase to Allow US Users to Deposit Paychecks Directly in Crypto

Pawn Your CryptoPunk: A New NFT DeFi Lending Market Blooms

Featured Story: Twitter’s New Crypto Features Are a BFD

This episode was edited & produced by Adrian Blust.