Coindeks is a new cryptocurrency platform that offers a bouquet of investment products. Its first product, a staking aggregator, will facilitate developments in blockchain technologies and the decentralized finance (DeFi) sector.Read more
Hold onto your hats, boys and girls! It’s a new world — a financial system without intermediaries, that anyone can access 24 hours a day with only a mobile phone and a wallet!Read more
With the clock ticking down on crypto exchanges operating in South Korea, available information on the leading financial regulator’s website shows that only ten of these crypto firms have been able to successfully register with the authorities.Read more
Earlier this week, crypto exchange FTX announced they successfully registered with the Securities Commission of the Bahamas as a digital assets business under the Digital Asset Registered Exchanges (DAREs) Bill.Read more
WallStreetBets, the Reddit forum whose members coordinated to send GameStop stock through the roof, is creating a separate subreddit just for cryptocurrency discussions.Read more
The Sandbox, a leading decentralized gaming virtual world and a subsidiary of Animoca Brands, announced today that it has partnered with Snoop Dogg to bring the rapper, actor, songwriter, entrepreneur, and entertainer to The Sandbox gaming metaverse.Read more
Coder and DeFi developer Andre Cronje launched a beta version of a new NFT marketplace on the Fantom network.
The decentralized network Fantom welcomed its newest ecosystem addition.
China bans Bitcoin (BTC), again.
No, we’re not traveling back in time. On Sept. 24, the People’s Bank of China (PBoC) published a new set of measures to promote inter-departmental coordination on cracking down on crypto activity.
The crypto-derivatives exchange FTX officially moved its headquarters from its previous Hong Kong location to the Bahamas.
The change of headquarters location follows an announcement on Monday of the company’s Bahamian subsidiary. Earlier this week FTX Trading Ltd.
The price of Bitcoin fell 8% today following “breaking” (read: weeks old) news that the People’s Bank of China, or PBoC, had declared all cryptocurrency transactions illegal.Read more