Sesterce Weekly Roundup # 05 (Week 05, 2022)
This week in Crypto history: Tesla Buys $1.5 billion in Bitcoin - February 8, 2021
Tesla announced it has bought $1.5 billion worth of bitcoin. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the company said it bought the bitcoin for
“more flexibility to further diversify and maximize returns on our cash.”
This Week in the Markets:
Finally some price action to smile about! #Bitcoin reclaimed the key $40K area. Breaking the lower highs/ lower lows structure.
Max Price : $45,374
Min Price: $36,301
Read the Sesterce Capital's in detail technical analysis on our Twitter:
Mining this week:
Current Network Difficulty: 26.69T
Bitcoin Next Difficulty Estimate: 25.87 T↓ 3.07%. The Bitcoin mining network is currently running 0.32 minutes slower than expected.
Next difficulty adjustment on Friday 18 Feb 2022
Hash rate previous week:
Min: 147.4954 EH/s
News and updates:
Litecoin’s Mimblewimble upgrade is released.
After two years of development, #Litecoin (@LTCFoundation) has finally launched its highly anticipated Mimblewimble upgrade, opening the door to more privacy-oriented transactions on the network. The protocol provides valuable new security enhancements about the privacy of transactions on the blockchain.
Read our thread for further details
Sesterce contributes in major crypto study by ADAN with KPMG France
What is the share of French people owning crypto-assets? How many people work in this industry? What is the progress of #crypto companies in France?
Want to know the answer to all these questions
Participate in ADAN's online event(14th Feb 2022), register by following the link below:
Sesterce Capital is building a position in SYN, Synapse Protocol’s native token.
Sesterce Capital is building a position in SYN, Synapse Protocol’s native token. Synapse Protocol is a is a cross-chain layer protocol powering frictionless interoperability between blockchains.
Does the downsizing of transistors increase chips performance ?
Today the Bitcoin is mined with specific electronic devices dedicated only for this task, called ASIC. To have better performances and to have more chances in finding a block, ASICs have become inescapable, whereas processors (CPU), graphic processor units (GPU) and even ASICs which are not of the last generation are unusable. The question we would like to respond is, does the downsizing of transistors increase chips performance ?
Read the full blog here
Read the Sesterce new blog
2 minute read: https://blog.sesterce.com/blog/does-downsizing-of-transistors-increase-chips-performance
Sesterce Capital is building a position in WOO-WOO Network’s native token.
Sesterce Capital is building a position in WOO Network's native token, WOO Network is a young exchange we believe brings disruptive features to the market. We view this as a medium to long term opportunity play.