Crypto Daily Report – March 25

Mar 25, 2022
body div center ul, body div center li { font-size: 22px; margin-left: 10px !important; margin-right: 0 !important; Most Important Daily Data and News for Digital Assets Crypto Daily ReportThe Most Important Daily Data for Digital Assets Daily Updates from FSInsightMarch 25, 2022The total crypto market eclipsed $2.0T over the past 24 hours and is up 3.38%. Ether is leading bitcoin, up 5.4% versus 4.6%. FTM is the stand-out this morning, up 7.6%. Bitcoin's illiquid supply continues to make new highs. The illiquid supply of bitcoin or tokens held by entities with little selling activity is approaching 14.5 million bitcoin or about 69% of the total supply.Exxon Mobil announced plans to expand its pilot program of selling excess natural gas to bitcoin miners. An anonymous source told Bloomberg that the company is partnering with Crusoe Energy Systems for the program. The program will utilize gas extracted from the Bakken region along the US/Canada border. However, the report notes that Exxon is also considering expanding the program to Alaska, Nigeria, Guyana, and Germany.During a Politico Live event this week, Senators Lummis and Gillibrand announced they are collaborating on a broad-based crypto bill that will provide regulatory clarity for the industry. Gillibrand said details of

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