Crypto News Roundup for Nov. 10, 2021

This episode is sponsored by Kava, and Market Intel by Chainalysis.

Today’s Stories:

First Mover Asia: Bitcoin Enters ‘Extreme Greed’ Territory; Altcoins Rally

Large Bitcoin Investors Take a Breather After Frantic October, U.S. Inflation Data Eyed

Market Wrap: Bitcoin Outperforms as Traders Prepare for Next Leg Higher

European shares open higher ahead of US inflation data

Stock Futures Tread Water Ahead of Jobless Claims

U.S. Inflation, Biden-Xi Meeting, Brazil Budget Rules: Eco Day

Analysis: Flexible inflation targets a recipe for bond market turbulence

Liquidity drought in Treasury market accompanies unexpected rally

Russia Keeps Europe Guessing With Tight Gas Supplies

Will ‘Green Energy’ Produce More Jobs? Three Experts Discuss

Bank of England and UK Treasury say they’ll Assess the Case for a CBDC Next Year

Cambridge University to Build Carbon Credit Marketplace on Blockchain

Brazil’s Largest Crypto Exchange Mercado Bitcoin to Issue 2 Renewable Energy Tokens: Report

Circle Establishing Singapore Hub Amid Global Expansion

Circle Launches Venture Capital Fund for Early-Stage Blockchain Projects

CityCoin’s Plan for NYCCoin Is Welcomed by Mayor-Elect Adams

Apple CEO Tim Cook Reveals He Owns Crypto but Has No Plans to Buy It for the Company

ConsenSys Founder Joe Lubin Teases MetaMask Token $MASK

Discord CEO Hints at Ethereum Compatibility

Featured Story: The FTC Doesn’t See the Difference Between Crypto and LuLaRoe

This episode was edited & produced by Adrian Blust.

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