Crypto News Roundup for Nov. 15, 2021

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

Today’s Stories:

Bitcoin’s Bull Flag Breakout Suggests More Upside; Support at $57K

First Mover Asia: Bitcoin Drifts Lower After Taproot Upgrade; Ether Drops

European stocks steady after prior session’s record high

Stock Futures Edge Up; Tyson Foods, WeWork to Post Earnings

Inflation Surge Pushes Gold to Five-Month High

Post recovery? Fed, elected officials now challenged to define new normal

U.K. Economists Join Markets in Forecasting December Rate Hike

U.S. workers quitting reaches record high, job openings edge down in September

Private equity buyers keen to carve up General Electric

Blockchain to Ease Logjams as Supply Chains Ditch Paper for Digital

Barbados to Become First Sovereign Nation With an Embassy in the Metaverse

Russian Ministries, Duma Want to Legalize Crypto Mining: Report

Kazakhstan’s Crypto Miners Face New Regulations After Contributing to Power Shortages

Quant Hedge Fund Two Sigma Hiring Crypto Operations Manager

Coinbase Allows Users to Share Information About Crypto Holdings With Friends

DEX Aggregator ParaSwap Launches PSP Token on Heels of ENS Airdrop Excitement

New England Patriots Partner With Fan Token Site Socios

Bedrock Capital Co-Founder Likens Shiba Inu ($SHIB) to Tesla Competitor Rivian

Taproot, Bitcoin’s Long-Anticipated Upgrade, Has Activated

Featured Story: Not Everything Needs to Be ‘on the Blockchain’

This episode was edited & produced by Adrian Blust.

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