Blockchain Rewards in Dungeon Defenders’, Crypto Investment Trends, Andy Warhol Art To Be Sold For Bitcoin, Chinese Whale: Thursday, June 7th News Bytes

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Blockchain To Be Integrated In ‘Dungeon Defenders’ Game
Video game publisher Trendy Entertainment, Coindesk reports, “is partnering with startup Signal Zero to integrate a blockchain-based rewards system with its flagship Dungeon Defenders franchise.”

About Half Of Crypto Investors Plan To Hodl Long-Term
On June 7, 2018, BlockExplorer’s Julia Travers reported that South Korean Cryptocurrency Exchange Bithumb released the results of a user survey called, ‘Cryptographic Investment Trends’. It captured the perspective of 2,507 virtual currency investors over the age of 20. The survey included questions on investment plans and government regulations. A notable finding was that 42.8 percent of those surveyed plan to “hodl” or keep their crypto-investments over the long term.

Andy Warhol Art To Be Sold For Bitcoin Via Ethereum Blockchain
In the latest landmark for Bitcoin, Forbes reports, “cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, a London art gallery will later this month auction a portion of Andy Warhol’s 1980 work 14 Small Electric Chairs for cryptocurrencies.”

Chinese Whale Has Amassed Largest Non-Exchange Bitcoin Stash
BlockExplorer’s Tony Spilotro says, “A mysterious Chinese investor has been ‘buying the dip’ so to speak, again and again, amassing one of the largest bitcoin wallets in the entire world.”

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