NYdig

There are a total of 21 articles associated with NYdig.

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Analysts say USDT growth resembles similar periods in 2019 and 2020 which coincided with bitcoin bull markets

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Bitcoin miner Greenidge hopes to offload enough inventory to reduce its $74 million NYDIG debt by up to 90%

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Bitcoin platform NYDIG reportedly laid off 110 employees despite recent capital raises

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The trading firm is looking to cut costs as the markets continue its downward trajectory following this year’s poor performance

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Bitcoin Company NYDIG names new CEO and president after its bitcoin balances hit all-time highs

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NYDIG saw a “flight to quality” from institutional types last quarter, doubling its bitcoin balances year-on-year while shopping its new fund

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A few months after launching Bitcoin Savings Plan, NYDIG finds average user puts $75 per paycheck toward BTC

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Bloomberg Intelligence analysts, fund groups weigh in on potential implications of the SEC’s proposed amendment

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HubSpot – which stores users’ names, email addresses and phone numbers – said that the breach was a “targeted incident focused on customers in the cryptocurrency industry”

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Employees of participating companies can choose a percentage of after-tax earnings to be paid out in BTC

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In a new report, cryptocurrency investment firm NYDIG found the Bitcoin network surpassed $3 trillion in transactions last year

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WestCap led the growth equity round with participation from prior investors including Morgan Stanley

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The two companies will work together to provide access, educational programming and community initiatives to the bitcoin ecosystem through the NBA team’s social, digital and in-person platforms.

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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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Minneapolis-based US Bank, the fifth largest in the country by total assets, selects NYDIG as its first crypto sub-custodian.

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The partnership will allow MVB’s financial technology, or fintech, clients to offer Bitcoin-related products through NYDIG’s platform.

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Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase both partnered with NYDIG for the launch of two passive bitcoin trusts, according to SEC filings.

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New partnership will allow 650 US-based banks and credit unions to offer crypto trading services and bitcoin purchases to about 24 million customers through mobile applications built by NCR in the coming months.

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Offering could allow users access to bitcoin and cryptocurrency without going to an external exchange.

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Additional investors in the Series A round include: Bitnomial, Hodl Capital and Routemaster.

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Sovereign wealth funds, the investment arms of cash-rich nations, are coming for bitcoin as they look at new strategies to protect their interests after the last 18 months of global economic turmoil.

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