Aremu Adebisi

Aremu Adebisi
Aremu Adams Adebisi graduated from college with a B.Sc in Economics. He’s pursuing his MBA while covering trending topics in trading, investment, and cryptocurrency. He’s fascinated by the surges of fintech in an era of decentralized finance (DeFi). Aremu has written for several agencies and companies, including AutoInsurance, TabTrader, Meetkai, and Hyperproof. He profiles startups on Medium and serves as a contributor to Hashnode and Hackernoon. As a recipient of the Langston Hughes Fellowship, Aremu divides his time between the humanities and social sciences.

8 Best Undervalued Crypto to Invest in Right Now

Right now, the market is going through very volatile times, and we are seeing a lot of coins falling in price. But if you look at the market as a whole, there’s still a lot of growth happening. Many investors believe some undervalued crypto projects will reach unprecedented heights, but which among them? Cryptocurrency investments … Continued

Why Tesla Sold 75% of Bitcoin Holdings in Q2

Tesla announced its Q2 2022 earnings on Wednesday, but we learned more than just the company’s financials. The electric carmaker revealed some information about its crypto holdings, including a startling revelation: Tesla had sold off most of its Bitcoin holdings in Q2. In Tesla’s latest earnings report, the company sold 75% of its Bitcoin holdings. … Continued

Adieu Diem: Meta Bids Farewell to Its Last Crypto Project

On Friday, July 1, 2022, Meta, Mark Zuckerberg’s social metaverse company, announced that it would shut down Novi, its last crypto project. Come September 1, and eleven months after its launch, the project will offer its last prayers. This announcement on Novi’s website douses Mark’s crypto ambitions incorporated in the Diem project. The Diem project, … Continued

3 Lessons Learned From the Crypto Sell-off

There is no question about it: the last couple of weeks have been rough for crypto investors. The leading coin, which is Bitcoin, struggles with $20,000. Ethereum, which follows up, battles $1000. The cryptocurrency market itself has dropped by 65% since Autumn. A steep sell-off in the cryptocurrency market caused a low not seen since … Continued