Mumbai: The global cryptocurrency market continued its bullish streak on Monday as investors grew in confidence in the digital assets market. The world’s first crypto index launched by 3.0 Versus – IC15 rose 1.35 percent (463 points) to close at 34,907 points in the twenty-four hours ended at 4 pm on Monday. The index went from an open of 34,444 to a high of 34,934 and a low of 34,067 points. Among the index’s constituents, Chainlink rose 6.60 percent. It was followed by Litecoin, Solana, BNB and Bitcoin.
Meanwhile, the National Bank of Kazakhstan has created the National Payments Corporation to implement the country’s central bank digital currency (CBDC) – Digital Tenge. On the other hand, the Japanese government is planning to come up with a new scheme for startups. The plan would be for startups to issue cryptocurrencies instead of issuing stocks to their investors.
According to another report, venture capital funding in the blockchain sector in Germany has reached a record high of 3 percent year-on-year in 2023.