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LVMH and Cartier authenticate their luxury products on the blockchain

20 April 2021

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Julien Moretto

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Banks / Institutions

China now optimistic about Bitcoin, towards a new price surge?

China is changing its tune on Bitcoin. While the authorities had always been suspicious, even hostile towards the market, a governor of the Chinese central bank says that Bitcoin is an “alternative” investment. It is possible that such an announcement will free up funds from Chinese investors and allow prices to soar again.

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Incidents disrupted mining in China

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Edward Snowden held an auction for an NFT, the proceeds of which will go to fund the Freedom of Press agency. After 24, the DAO PleasrDao won the auction and the NFT for 2,224 ETH, or nearly $5 million.

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New partnership between Circle and a bank called Signature

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LVMH and Cartier authenticate their luxury products on the blockchain

LVMH, Prada and Cartier are becoming partners in AURA, a platform designed to create certificates of authenticity for luxury goods on the blockchain, and managed by Consensys and Microsoft. The certificates will help fight fraud and provide insight into the full life cycle of products.

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Another huge sale for an NFT

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API3 concludes an agreement that will benefit DeFi

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New product from DeFi Saver: Recipe Creator

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A failure following the Berlin update of Ethereum

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A new record for the volume of transactions on Bitcoin

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