$30 million worth of undisclosed cryptocurrencies has been stolen from Bithumb, one of the largest crypto exchanges in South Korea by trading volume.
Financial services provider Square has got the NYSDFS 7th-ever BitLicense allowing New Yorkers to trade cryptocurrency on the rapidly growing Cash app.
As of mid-June, eToro allows its users to hold all kinds of their financial assets including cryptocurrencies, stocks, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and others in a single portfolio.
Cryptocurrency wallet and vault Xapo is the latest recipient of New York’s ‘BitLicense’, arguably the strictest state law governing the crypto sector, from the state’s financial regulator.
London-based crypto debit card provider Wirex adds Ethereum enabling its storage, transfer, and instant exchange via mobile and desktop.
Coinbase Crypto Index Fund is currently available to the U.S-resident accredited investors, promising more funds in the pipeline for global ones.
Thomson Reuters, the leader in the sphere of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, has decided not to stop at Bitcoin and announced expanding its sentiment data feed to 150 cryptocurrencies.
The latest round of funding by Sequoia Capital has helped Bitmain to take its valuations to a whopping $12 billion.
Although financial regulators found no evidence of suspicious business activities, the exchange still has to pay taxes amounting to $28 million.
The company’s founder Jihan Wu is reportedly planning to launch an initial public offering (IPO), what could become one of the largest listings in the industry.
According to Coinbase, once the firm gets the regulatory license, it would soon expand its operations listing more digital tokens to its offerings.
One of the most valuable cryptocurrency platforms is ready to become a ‘Guinea Pig’ for the U.S. regulators and break the ice between it and the crypto sphere.