News in short, September 29

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News in short, September 29

After four consecutive increases, the network’s difficulty fell for the first time in 68 days, dropping 2.14% at the 756,000 block level. The change means that it is currently 2.14% easier to find a bitcoin block reward following the all-time high in mining difficulty (ATH) that occurred on September 13.

crypto reported that it has been approved to operate as a digital asset service provider in France. The platform has been registered by the Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) following authorization from the Autorité de Contrôle Prudentiel et de Résolution (ACPR).


OpenSea awarded two hackers $100,000 each as a reward for finding critical security vulnerabilities in the marketplace’s infrastructure.


US online trading platform Robinhood launched the beta of its “Web3 wallet” for 10,000 iOS users who signed up for the waiting list. Polygon (MATIC) is the first blockchain to be supported.


Binance announced “the first-ever crypto-sponsored vacation,” dubbed ‘crypto-tourism,’ aimed at showing how “efficient, secure and simple it is to travel in a web3 world.” The exchange has partnered with travel influencers Lauren Bullen and Jack Morris on a cryptocurrency-only global treasure hunt that includes giving away $50,000 in BNB for those willing to join the movement.


By John Nook

John was born in Houston but lived most of his life in Milan. He has a degree in political science. He is a journalist, blogger, writer, and marketing and digital advertising expert. After a long experience in traditional marketing, he started working with the web and digital advertising in 2001. Passionate about the web and innovation, in 2008 he started exploring the topics related to blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. Independent cryptocurrency trader since March 2012, he now collaborates with companies in the sector as a content marketing specialist.