Cryptocurrency markets look past PBoC’s recent announcement on Friday, trading steady with small losses.
The $4 trillion asset manager is one of many large financial institutions, including JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs, seeking to meet client demand for exposure to the digital asset class.
Cryptocurrency markets fall on news that the People’s Bank of China would restrict access to international crypto exchanges.
Biden’s head of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency pick wants to “end banking as we know it,” but it may not be good news for the crypto industry.
Markets reacting to news of a decision of the Chinese Central Bank restricting access to international crypto exchanges.
Arca Labs teamed up with Securitize to launch a regulated, ‘40 Act, tokenized US Treasury fund to provide a stable way for investors to gain exposure to crypto.
Investors risk appetite rebounds as cryptos make small gains and Wall Street indices advance.
Sources described the government’s actions as a way of “getting ready for the possible storm.”
Offerings for institutional and accredited investors designed to cushion downside volatility.
Twitter users with IOS devices will now be able to send and receive tips in bitcoin via the Lightning network, the company said.