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Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams recently asked her 2.7 million followers on Twitter if they thought BTC was appropriate . Although the majority voted against the cryptocurrency with skepticism, some popular Bitcoin bulls gathered among its supporters. In addition to Tron boss Justin Sun, investor Mike Novogratz, Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk also gave his approval. The 49-year-old quoted the song „Toss A Coin To Your Witcher“ from the Netflix series „The Witcher“ in his comment. However, with one decisive change: he wrote The News Spy instead of Coin. Regardless of the results of the Twitter survey, Williams reacted exactly as one would have expected from GoT-Arya: She still bought Bitcoin.

Miners can no longer pay electricity bills

Mining pools in China suffer from the limitations on their ability to make payments. The Chinese authorities have been trying to curb money laundering in the country since mid-2020. Hence, they have also taken tough measures against crypto exchanges. This has resulted in the closure or suspension of accounts, credit cards, and other payment methods from mining pools and major economic losses. Around 74 percent of the miners surveyed in the country stated that they had ceased operations for a month.

Bitcoin turnaround in Washington? US Senator makes BTC plea

Wyoming’s first female senator, Cynthia Lummis, wants to campaign for BTC . Thus, the soon-to-be senator from Wyoming is probably the highest-ranking politician to appear as an advocate for the market-leading cryptocurrency. She denies that Bitcoin would be used for tax evasion and money laundering. According to her own statements, the senator started investing in BTC seven years ago. Now it remains to be hoped for the crypto community that Lummis will be the first MP to seriously support Bitcoin.

$ 29 billion giant offers customers access to Bitcoin

Mariner Wealth Advisors, a registered investment advisor with advisory assets of more than $ 29 billion, is now partnering with crypto firm Eaglebrook Advisors. They want their customers d s provide access to the most popular cryptocurrency . This means that the investment advisory service first taps into a separately managed account. In addition, your financial advisors can allocate Bitcoin to customers who want to include the leading cryptocurrency in their investment strategies. With this decision, the investment company joins the consortium of well-known companies and investors that Bitcoin has put under its spell.

PwC: Blockchain will grow GDP by $ 1.76 trillion in ten years

As the study “Time for Trust” by the auditing and consulting firm PwC recently forecast, blockchain technology will already contribute around 66 billion US dollars to global gross domestic product (GDP) in the coming year. According to the economists surveyed by PwC, it also has the potential to increase global economic output by 1.76 trillion US dollars by 2030 . This corresponds to a share of 1.4 percent of global GDP. In addition, the experts expect that the technology will be used globally by the majority of companies in the next five years.