Banking

There are a total of 17 articles associated with Banking.

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The digital asset company hopes to offer crypto yields with TradFi safeguards

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The asset management arm of South Korea’s Kookmin Bank is planning to study and launch crypto derivates and ETFs

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Wells Fargo is drawing similarities to the adoption rate of the internet, calling crypto “early, but not too early”

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Copper’s Glenn Barber said he left traditional finance when crypto took the lead in innovation

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The acquisition is the latest example of a cryptocurrency company making a move into traditional banking

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Get your macro fix with Blockworks’ own Mike Ippolito and Jack Falrley to bring in the new year!

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Banks and exchanges expected to buy tech, market share through acquisitions after deal-filled 2021

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Banks that don’t move toward crypto “could be left behind,” ProChain Capital president says

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The Chairman of the Committee, Senator Sherrod Brown, has sent inquiry letters to stablecoin issuers and exchanges.

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Executive says at Chainalysis-hosted event that he still has questions about the stability of crypto assets, stablecoins

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Despite Fraser’s certainty that digital assets will be part of the future of financial services, Citigroup is proceeding with caution in the space due to regulatory uncertainty.

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The partnership will integrate NYDIG’s digital banking platform into Q2 Digital Banking Platform, leveraging its Innovation Studio, so credit unions and banks can provide bitcoin services to customers, it said.

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House Bill number 3968 is a digital assets-focused proposal that would allow financial technology companies in the state to hold cryptocurrencies

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Crypto businesses are increasingly leaning into traditional banking products, Materazzi said, and he is excited to see how traditional banking starts to merge with digital assets.

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The bank said it is the first nationally chartered US bank to allow customers to buy, sell and hold cryptocurrency assets directly with their bank accounts.

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Former presidential candidate for Nigeria among the payment company’s additions

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Citigroup’s Jane Fraser, JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon, Morgan Stanley’s James Gorman, Wells Fargo’s Charles Scharf, Bank of America’s Brian Moynihan and Goldman Sachs’ David appeared before the committee for the first time since the start of the pandemic.

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