Monero is ranked at #14 on coinmarketcap. The price of XMR is at $72.73 as of this moment. XMR reduced by 13.41% in the course of the past 24-hours. The trading volume recorded is $117.442 million. The total market cap of Monero is at $1.243 billion.
— GloBee (@GlobeeCom) July 16, 2019
You can become a volunteer for Monero so as to have appropriate exposure in the community. If you wish, head to this site ASAP:https://www.monerooutreach.org/index.php
Being a volunteer will give you a say in terms of upcoming policies, and your suggestions will be considered as well. This is a phenomenal move by Monero, as they are encouraging direct participation from their users.
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss have been encouraging bitcoin adoption for years. They are the co-founders of the Gemini Exchange. Today, Tyler put forth a challenge. Here it is:
NEW CHALLENGE: Take a picture with your copy of #BitcoinBillionaires in a cool place (could be anywhere). Reply to this tweet with your pic and hashtag #BitcoinBillionaires, coolest pic wins 1 bitcoin (BTC).
— Tyler Winklevoss (@tylerwinklevoss) July 16, 2019
Since then, Tyler has received many replies. They had a similar campaign back in May. The Gemini Crypto Bus was the highlight of the previous challenge.
The duo had also responded to the sensational Christine Teigen when she had expressed her desire to know more about bitcoins.
A Tezos investor Tim Draper has criticized the rumored Draft Bill which seeks to Ban Cryptocurrencies in India:
People behaving badly! India’s government banned Bitcoin, a currency providing great hope for prosperity in a country that desperately needs it. Shame on India leadership. Pathetic and corrupt. #India #bitcoin
— Tim Draper (@TimDraper) July 17, 2019
A lawyer had previously uploaded documents which allegedly featured the some parts of the draft bill. This was met with uproar in the cryptosphere, although most HODLers and traders remain at ease
There has been no official press release from the Government. July 23rd is the date when the Supreme Court will be considering complaints against the RBI ban. The RBI has denied being involved in the planning of the bill, which is essentially a blatant lie from a governing body.