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Mike Cahill, director of the Pyth Data Association, sat down with Blockworks to speak about the macro environment and the possibilities of a multichain future
More regulatory clarity is needed before financial institutions jump fully into the segment, according to Digital Asset Summit panelists
TradFi veteran Peter Eliades will look to support asset managers with infrastructure to make entering crypto easier
Index provider seeking to fill product gaps in the market related to DeFi, DAOs and smart contract functionality
Cowen’s digital assets division likely not much of a driver of the deal, an executive said
$1.5 trillion asset manager’s new digital assets and financial markets division comes amid ongoing crypto sell-off
Blockworks attended Money20/20 this week to gauge how traditional finance and fintech currently view cryptocurrency
Learn how traders use crypto options to hedge their positions and navigate turbulent swings.
Blockworks exclusive: Meraki Global Advisors has recently added digital-assets trading to its broad list of supported asset classes
Bitcoin, which traded below $30,000 Wednesday afternoon, has a fair value of $38,000, according to the bank
Crypto credit cards give users a direct line of credit by using your digital assets as collateral, removing the need for a credit check
Firms focused on digital assets shared the stage with some of the largest traditional asset managers
Deep-pocketed investors, including the pension Fairfax County Police Officers Retirement System, are set to be in attendance
Acquisition will see Securitize join the top 10 transfer agents globally, with over 1.2 million accounts
Professionals ranging from college graduates to 30-year finance veterans are pivoting into crypto, a source at a top global capital market firm said
Copper’s Glenn Barber said he left traditional finance when crypto took the lead in innovation
FTX’s Jonathan Cheesman and Coinshares’ Danny Masters predict that bitcoin will be bigger than gold, and institutional money will continue to flood in thanks to accommodative monetary policy.