Bitstamp and BitGo announced their partnership aiming to offer clients secure storage for cryptocurrency assets using safer tactics such as private account keys and on-chain asset segregation.
BitPay users will be able to accept Ethereum for payments, store Ethereum in a BitPay wallet and get access to Ethereum on BitPay prepaid Visa cards.
After months of waiting, the Binance App has been re-launched on the iOS platform. Moreover, the company has good news for traders from the US.
Overstock.com subsidiary tZERO announced that its preferred equity security tokens are now available to be resold to non-accredited investors.
Overstock is opening up trading on its security token market, tZERO, to all traders. Retail investors will now be able to trade on the platform starting August 12.
Robinhood, the stock trading app, has been approved by the U.K. regulatory instances to operate as a broker. This is a part of the company’s plans to set up a shop in London.
Allegedly, Fidelity’s cryptocurrency investment arm filed an application with the New York Department of Financial Service (NYFDS) and if approved the institutional brokerage will be allowed to offer crypto-custodial services in the state.
NYDFS Superintendent Linda Lacewell said that Seed Digital Commodities Market LLC (SCXM) and Zero Hash LLC, who operate under Seed CX, had received BitLicenses.
Facebook has applied for a cryptocurrency business license. This is done in order for Facebook to operate within the state of New York with their new crypto project – Libra.
To receive BitLicense, Bitstamp has undergone a robust examination into the company’s Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Know Your Customer (KYC) compliance as well as the anti-fraud, capitalization and cybersecurity policies.