Crypto Flipsider News — ConsenSys Partners with Mastercard, Adidas’ First NFT, Melania and Solana Labs NFT, 83% of Millennial Millionaires Own Crypto, Russia’s Crypto Ban, Binance to UAE
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- ConsenSys partners with Mastercard, Robinhood adds ‘gift crypto’ feature.
— The Metaliums project, creating the first NBO, some experts call it NFT 2.0.
- Adidas releases first NFT collection, Melania and Solana Labs’ NFT saga, Kraken prepares NFT marketplace.
- 83% of millennial millionaires own crypto, Valkyrie launches another Bitcoin ETF.
- The Russian Central Bank contemplates a crypto investments ban.
- Binance is in talks to move its headquarters to the United Arab Emirates.
ConsenSys Partners With Mastercard, Robinhood Adds ‘Gift Crypto’ Feature
Two powerhouses, ConsenSys and Mastercard, have collaborated to build an Ethereum Scaling solution named ‘ConsenSys Rollups.’ According to the software firm, projects that use ConsenSys Rollups can reach a throughput of up to 10,000 transactions per second (TPS) on an Ethereum private chain.
In addition to offering impressive scalability, ConsenSys Rollups also offers “strong privacy protections to enhance both solutions.” The development team explains that the tech could have new use cases in CBDC, decentralized exchanges, micropayments, and taxes.
Ahead of the holidays, Robinhood has announced the launch of a new feature that allows users to gift cryptocurrency to other users. The ‘gift crypto’ feature will be available to U.S. residents, except those in Hawaii and Nevada.
By using the feature, users can send crypto from as little as $1 worth in seven different cryptocurrencies, along with a personalized digital gift card and a written message with up to 180 characters to other users. The feature will officially become available on December 22nd.
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