Ethereum is the second most popular cryptocurrency in the world and if you look at cryptocurrency, you will find that Bitcoin comes first. Bloomberg quoted an unnamed source as saying Tuesday that EIB plans to issue a two-year, 100 million euro digital bond.
Not only Ethereum, but also Bitcoin saw a good jump on Monday and reached about ,000 58,000 (approximately Rs. 43 lakhs).
Although cryptocurrencies including Ethereum are not currently considered legal currencies in other parts of the world, including India, it still seems that Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Butrin has a big heart. The co-founder recently launched 100 ETHs in India under the name Kovid Relief. And 100 mkr. Donated, valued at approximately Rs. 6,606,110 (approximately Rs. 4.5 crore). The open-source blockchain software Ethereum was released in 2014.
Australian cricketer Brett Lee, on the other hand, donated 1 bitcoin (approximately Rs. Has also done. The fight against the movement.