Crypto On LYO: The Blend — 3 Huge Opportunities for Crypto in 2023 Revealed by Vitalik Buterin and Nigeria to Pass Law to Recognize Crypto 

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What happened in the crypto world in the last week? Let’s see some interesting news together! 

LYOTRADE World Cup Winners Share Prize Pool 

With Argentina getting the FIFA World Cup championship, the LYOTRADE Predict and Win Contest has come to a close. The corresponding USDT tokens have been distributed to the crypto wallets of the users who placed their support for Argentina

The LYOTRADE team thanks everyone who joined the contest and wishes for your participation in the next one. 

3 Huge Opportunities for Crypto in 2023 Revealed by Vitalik Buterin 

Vitalik Buterin, Ethereum co-founder, has emphasized three big opportunities in the crypto space such as mass wallet adoption, inflation-resistant stablecoins, and Ethereum-powered website logins. 

According to Buterin, more developments on wallet infrastructure are needed to make crypto more user-friendly and to ensure that billions of people will be onboarded in the future. In addition, creating a hyperinflation-resistant and globally accessible stablecoin would be a revolutionary feat for the industry. 

Lastly, Buterin said that Ethereum can dominate the internet-based applications market by removing the login powers from centralized monopolies like Facebook, Google, and Twitter. “If you can get signed in with Ethereum to work and if you can unseat Facebook and Google and Twitter as the login overlords of the internet, that itself is a huge opportunity, right?” Buterin claimed.

Nigeria to Pass Law That Will Recognize BTC and Other Crypto

The Nigerian government will soon pass a law that will legitimize Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

Once the Investments and Securities Act 2007 (Amendment) Bill is signed into law, the power to “recognize cryptocurrency and other digital funds as capital for investment” will be given to the local Securities and Exchange Commission. 

According to House of Representatives Committee on Capital Markets Chairman Babangida Ibrahim, the country needs “an efficient and vibrant capital market in Nigeria. For us to do that, we have to be up to date [with] global practices.” 

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