Link price rises by over 50% in one week – Bitcoin Fund listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange – Crypto synthesis April 9 Link price increases by over 50% in a week

Link price rises by over 50% in one week – Bitcoin Fund listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange – Crypto synthesis April 9 Link price increases by over 50% in a week


In the last three days, LINK, the ERC-20 token underlying the Chainlink prediction service platform, has increased by 36%. Link price is up over 51% over the last seven days and is currently trading at $ 3.4.

Cryptocurrency has been severely affected by the market crash of March 12, but has been able to recover 120% since then.

The increase was largely due to news about Chainlink’s recent partnerships with major companies. These include Google, Ghost and Cypherium, as well as speculation that SWIFT will prefer to use LINK instead of Ripple until 2025.
Bitcoin Fund listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange

A Bitcoin fund that aims to provide investors with cryptocurrency exposure in a regulated asset class has been listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX).

It is launched by Canadian investment manager 3iQ and works similar to a stock traded product (ETP). Investors buy shares and receive exposure over time to Bitcoin price changes. Price index data is provided by MV Index Solutions (MVIS), a VanEck Europe subsidiary and the CryptoCompare data provider.

The fund is divided into two types of shares, Class A, for all types of investors and Class F, for institutions. Only Class A shares are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, and their total value is approximately $ 14 million.
Youtube deletes Crypto Crow’s account

Apparently, Youtube’s censorship campaign against crypto channels continues. Jason Appleton, known as the Crypto Crow nickname, announced on Twitter that his channel has been deleted. Apparently, he had not received any prior warning.

A former MMA fighter, Jason Appleton began investing in Bitcoin in December 2017. Since then, he has gained an excellent reputation in the community and has been educating the public on cryptocurrencies. Youtube’s decision to remove its channel has sparked a new wave of criticism on Twitter.


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