We are at the end of the month and Bitcoin and the main cryptocurrencies in the market have retreated during this day. BTC recorded a 4.3% drop in the last 24 hours, trading for the time of issue at about $ 34,800 per unit.

Not only did Bitcoin recede, major cryptocurrencies register slight drop this June 30

Now, not only did Bitcoin recede this June 30. So did the major cryptos, recording slight setbacks in the last 24 hours.

Such is the case of coins such as Ethereum (ETH), Binance Coin (BNB), Cardano (ADA), Dogecoin (DOGE), XRP, Polkadot (DOT) Uniswap (UNI) Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Litecoin (LTC), Solana (SOL), Polygon (MATIC), THETA, Internet Computer (ICP), and many others. Which capitalize falls between 4% and 7% this June 30.

However, one case that stands out especially in the midst of the fall seen among the main exponents is that of Ethereum Classic (ETC). Coin that goes up with gains of 9% for this June 30.

CoinMarketCap launches Ethereum token swaps powered by Uniswap

CoinMarketCap (CMC) has launched a token swap feature on its website through an integration with the Uniswap decentralized exchange.

CMC is one of the best-known cryptocurrency market data aggregators in the industry and has been owned by Binance since April 2020.

Ethereum-based token site pages now include a swap icon. Allowing users to connect a wallet and exchange between ERC-20 tokens. The platform is compatible with MetaMask, Coinbase, Fortmatic, Portis and WalletConnect wallets.

CMC has seen a significant increase in website traffic since the beginning of the year. Going from 101 million total visits in January to 272.32 million visits in May. Binance is the top website that sends traffic to the platform, which equates to 52.68% of referrals last month. According to data from the website analysis company SimilarWeb.

The central bank of Russia will study the risks of cryptocurrency investments

The central bank of Russia has scheduled a risk assessment of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC), according to the detection program of the Bank of Russia for the second half of 2021.

The assessment of the potential risks of investing in cryptocurrencies will consider “systemic risks linked to investing in cryptocurrencies by Russian individuals and entities.”

As part of the research, the Bank of Russia will collect data from 15 credit organizations. Among them are large banks such as Sberbank, VTB and Tinkoff Bank, payment systems such as Visa and Mastercard. And, electronic payment providers such as Western Union, Qiwi and WebMoney.

The Bank of Russia also plans to publish an investment study. In shares by non-resident investors for October or November 2021.

The Bank of Russia’s assessment of cryptocurrency-related risks comes amid mounting criticism from lawmakers and local entrepreneurs regarding the institution’s tough stance on the cryptocurrency industry.

650 US banks will be able to offer Bitcoin purchases thanks to NCR and NYDIG agreement

Forbes reported today that 650 U.S. banks will soon be able to offer bitcoin purchases to an estimated total of 24 million customers.

This would be the result of an agreement between enterprise payments giant NCR and digital asset management firm New York Digital Investment Group (NYDIG), community banks, including First Citizens Bank. Based in North Carolina. And credit unions, including Bay Federal Credit Union in California, will be able to offer their customers cryptocurrency trading through mobile apps built by the payment provider.

Instead of having to deal with onerous regulatory requirements related to owning the cryptocurrency for your customers. Financial institutions that choose to make the service available will depend on NYDIG custody services.