Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire said that China’s research and development on CBDC outclass its peers and the digital version of Chinese Yuan could possibly bypass the Western banking system.
Coinbase’s partnership with Barclays allowed British clients to use Coinbase extensively. The end of this partnership could also potentially end Coinbase users’ access to the UK “Faster Payments Scheme” (FPS).
Circle’s CEO Jeremy Allaire said that his company is doing everything to move its business outside the U.S. Without national policy framework about digital assets, he said that the U.S. will not be the leader anymore in this field.
The Senate Banking Committee will hear arguments from Circle CEO and Co-founder, Jeremy Allaire on the digital currencies and the blockchain industry. Allaire hopes that a new regulatory framework will be adopted for the sector.
Crypto fims leverage the Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs) facilitated by the Bnk to the Future platform, an offshore company, without exposing themselves to the regulatory scrutiny.
TRON and BitTorrent CEO Justin Sun just postponed his lunch with Warren Buffett due to sudden health complications just three days ahead of the meeting, according to a post on Weibo.
International Crypto payment firm Circle recently announced that Users on its affiliate exchange company Poloniex can now gain access to the exchange by means of the corporation’s Bermuda subsidiary called ’Circle International Bermuda.’
The list of financial and cryptocurrency experts in attendance of the Warren Buffett lunch hosted by Tron’s Justin Sun expands further as eToro CEO Yoni Assia joins in.
Tron CEO Justin Sun invited Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire to join them in San Fransisco for the Crypto Power Lunch with billionaire Bitcoin skeptic Warren Buffett. Allaire cheerfully accepted the invitation.
Just recently the outcome of the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan, has set in – cryptocurrencies are officially regulated by the G20. The G20 officials have agreed on applying the FATF guidelines to, mostly, cryptocurrency exchanges.