Daily crypto: Small price movements and football club will start paying players in cryptocurrency

Daily crypto: Small price movements and football club will start paying players in cryptocurrency.

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Christian Ploog

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More and more companies begin to use cryptocurrencies as a means of payment, and in South Korea, the government is hurrying up the process for the country's first crypto and blockchain legislation.

More and more companies begin to use cryptocurrencies as a means of payment. One of the most recent examples is a football club in Gibraltar, which will be the first in the world to pay its players with cryptocurrencies.

Football club owner Pablo Dana has invested in Quantocoin, a platform that provides cryptocurrencies for everyday uses, and the club has now started a sponsorship partnership through him. According to Dana, all players contracts will have payouts in cryptocurrency by next season, The Guardian reports.

South Korea wants to make the crypto industry legitimate

Also, Thailand’s largest movie theater chain, Major Cineplex, will begin to accept cryptocurrencies to sell tickets and popcorn, among other things. The country recently began to regulate crypto companies, Bitcoin News writes.

In South Korea, the government is hurrying up the process for the country’s first crypto and blockchain legislation. The purpose is to recognize the crypto sector as legitimate, CCN writes.

Small movements in the markets

There have been very small movements downward among almost all of the biggest cryptocurrencies during the last 24 hours. The prices for eos (-0,74%) and ethereum (-0,51%) have moved the most.

The cryptocurrencies on top 100 that performed the best were chainlink (+6,54%) and byteball bytes (+4,89%), and the ones that performed the worst were aelf (-9,70%) and tenx (-8,02%), according to Coinmarketcap.

Asset: Price: % (24h)
Bitcoin $8 150,47 -0,21%
Ethereum $462,37 -0,51%
Xrp $0,451515 +0,02%
Bitcoin cash $817,54 -0,08%
Eos $8,17 -0,74%

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