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CryptoEconomics Newsletter 128
January 14, 2023
We are back with the 128th volume of CryptoEconomics Newsletter 😊. This is the first newsletter in Turkey in which you can find CryptoFinance, FinTech, DeFi, NFT and On-Chain themes all together. We have compiled this week’s metrics 📊 and news 📰.
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Metrics and Stories of the Week
Indonesia will launch national crypto exchange in 2023.
African payments company and money transfer app NALA has officially launched in the European Union.
FinTech investment in France set new records during 2022, with French companies in Q4 raising $1.49bn, pushing the years total to $4.9bn, increasing 44% from 2021 levels.
The US Justice Department had seized 55,273,469 shares of Robinhood as part of the case against Sam Bankman-Fried.
According to Forbes, $12 Billion has left Binance in less than 60 days.
Spot volume of DEXs for the last 12 months.
Bitcoin mining revenue was down to $9.55 billion in 2022 from $15.3 billion in 2021 — a 37.5% decline.
Mastercard is launching a Web3-based accelerator programme designed to help the music artists to get the tools, skills, and access to forge their paths in the digital economy.
Spot market total volume for cryptocurrency exchanges for the last 3 months.
NFT developer DeLabs got a $3 million grant from Polygon to migrate its NFT projects -DeGods and y00ts- to the layer-2 network from Solana.
Audi-Backed startup Holoride is bringing virtual reality to the car.
OpenSea NFT trading volume significantly declined in 2022.
The total market cap of stablecoins is $138B.
The number of unique addresses that were active on the Bitcoin and Ethereum networks for the last 3 months.
Annualized BTC Volatility (30D)
Trends of the Week 📈
Highlights of the Week
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