US Regulator gives green light for banks to use Blockchains and stablecoins for settlements

StormClaw

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https://siliconangle.com/2021/01/04...banks-use-blockchains-stablecoins-settlement/
"The U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency has given the green light to national banks and federal savings institutions to use public blockchains and stablecoins for settlement, a decision that could result in a huge boost to the sector."
Are miners about to go crazy again and buy out every card available? :(


Also, this:
https://www.cryptoglobe.com/latest/...ng-allocating-1-of-citys-reserves-to-bitcoin/
 

Riptide_NVN

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They already are, there is another gold rush picking up right now haven't you heard?

No worries though, once the market crashes like it has every other time and/or the network hash skyrockets because of all the new people mining, profitability will tank.

Timing could have been better considering the pre-existing issues, but this too shall pass within most likely a matter of a few more months.
 
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Shadowarez

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not like they havent already this will just set the standard gpus are not for pleb gamers, itll be for making money, nvidia / amd will sell direct to mining farms.
 

DarkSideA8

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not like they havent already this will just set the standard gpus are not for pleb gamers, itll be for making money, nvidia / amd will sell direct to mining farms.
You keep using the future tense. Inigo Montoya would frown
 

AzixTGO

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Tempted to sell my 5700xt. Wouldn't be able to game but its over $500 on ebay right now.
 

StormClaw

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I still have my TITAN V - is that a good mining card? (I want to get rid of it). Would only miners be interested in it?
 
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