The new LUNA records gains amidst controversy, “Big Short” investor Michael Burry and author Robert Kiyosaki weigh in on recession, depression, and looming civil unrest. To top it all off, Bank of America’s CEO said “we have hundreds of patents on blockchain” but that regulations are blocking the institution from engaging in crypto. This is your bite-sized digest of this week’s hottest stories from Bitcoin.com News. Let’s dig in.
Bank of America CEO: We Have Hundreds of Blockchain Patents — But Regulation Won’t Allow Us to Engage in Crypto
The CEO of Bank of America says that his bank has hundreds of blockchain patents but regulations will not allow it to engage in crypto. “The reality is that we can’t do it by regulation,” he said.
Rich Dad Poor Dad’s Robert Kiyosaki Warns of Stocks and Bonds Crashing — Depression, Civil Unrest Coming
The famous author of the best-selling book Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki, has predicted that a depression and civil unrest are coming. He also warned of the stock and bond markets crashing.
‘Big Short’ Investor Michael Burry Warns of Looming Consumer Recession, More Earnings Trouble
Hedge fund manager Michael Burry, famed for forecasting the 2008 financial crisis, has warned of a looming consumer recession and more earnings trouble. He cited falling US personal savings and record-setting revolving credit card debt despite trillions of dollars in stimulus money.
While the New LUNA Records Gains, Do Kwon’s Terraform Labs Is Plagued by Controversy and Accusations
Amid the token’s 24-hour rise, controversy continues to plague Do Kwon and Terraform Labs. Moreover, the old token, luna classic (LUNC), has been climbing in value as the crypto asset has gained more than 70%.
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