Aptos Aims for Solana’s Throne!

Arthur Hayes predicts that Aptos will surpass Solana to become the second-largest Layer 1 blockchain platform.

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  • Crypto Shakeup: Aptos Poised to Dethrone Solana, Says BitMEX Co-Founder

  • Robert Kiyosaki Predicts Bitcoin Surge Amid Market Skepticism

  • Donald Trump Vows to End Biden’s War on Crypto

  • Crypto Startup Funding Eclipses $100B

BitMEX co-founder predicts Aptos will overtake Solana as a top blockchain.

  • Arthur Hayes predicts that Aptos (APT) will surpass Solana (SOL) to become the second-largest Layer 1 blockchain platform within one to three years.

  • Aptos hit an important milestone in May by surpassing Solana in monthly transactions by 57 million transactions.

  • Hayes also forecasts a Dogecoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) by the end of the current cycle.

Robert Kiyosaki predicts a big rise in BTC's price, and is frustrated over investors' reluctance to buy.

  • Kiyosaki shared his frustration on X over people's hesitation to buy BTC due to its high price, but he believes its current price is not its peak.

  • Kiyosaki made waves with his prediction that Bitcoin could soar to $350,000 by mid-August or at some point in 2024.

  • Trader Willy Woo pointed out that Bitcoin’s bull run will end with widespread investment. Only 4.7% of available capital in the market has been invested in Bitcoin by financial institutions, suggesting that there is still potential for more growth.

Former President Donald Trump has made a promise to end President Biden's "war on crypto" if he gets re-elected.

  • During a special address in West Palm Beach, Florida, on Jun. 14, Trump once again talked about his commitment to making sure that the future of crypto and Bitcoin remains in America.

  • These promises comes amid his ongoing criticism of Biden's approach to cryptocurrency, which he believes is excessively harsh.

  • Billionaire investor Mark Cuban suggested at Coinbase’s State of Crypto Summit that Gary Gensler could "literally cost Joe Biden the election."

More than $100 billion has been raised for cryptocurrency startups since the end of May 2014.

  • On Jun. 16, 2024, the total funding for the cryptocurrency industry stood at $101.35 billion, according to DefiLlama.

  • Cryptocurrency startup funding has grown quite a lot from $17.14 million in May of 2014 to $280.25 million in May of 2024.

  • The peak of crypto startup funding happened in October 2021, when over $7 billion was raised, followed by February of 2022, which saw $3.67 billion in funding.



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