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Investments newsStefan Ingves, the governor of Sweden’s central bank Riksbank, compared buying and selling bitcoin (BTC) to trading stamps, questioning the staying power of currencies without government backing, according to Bloomberg. He has added that “private money usually collapses sooner or later.” Meanwhile, Alejandro Díaz de León, the governor of the central Banco de México, said that BTC is closer to a precious metal than legal tender, per Reuters. (Learn more: Debunking the 4 Big Bitcoin Myths Promoted By Central Banks in 2021)Zebedee, a payments system for games based on Bitcoin, has announced it has raised USD 11.5m in a Series A funding round. The project is working on enabling programmable payments and small transactions to power economies for virtual worlds with near-zero fees.NFTs newsFantasy football platform Sorare has announced they have partnered with the Spanish football league La Liga to launch non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in the form of tradable cards for all of its players. Sorare said it plans to partner with every one of the world’s top 20 football leagues