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The controversial “stable coin” is looking... not stable.
Finance industry establishment splits between lovers and haters of digital currencies
The company that wants to build an open financial future for the world by... becoming a bank.
Volatility is no bad thing for those with an eye on the long term
Slowdown in equipment demand would be bad news for the Chinese company
Hong Kong listing of bitcoin hardware maker coincides with falling prices for virtual currency
A co-ordinated international regulatory framework is long overdue
Crypto-assets are impractical and do little for financial inclusion
Zaif suspends trades after customer funds taken from ‘hot wallet’ connected to internet
Smart-contracting party fades.
For CME, Sofr has had a cumulative notional volume of $711bn whereas bitcoin’s is $25bn
Market capitalisation of digital assets falls to $196bn from January’s peak of $800bn
Imperial College London is at it again.
IPO under consideration in spite of fall in value of cryptocurrency
Retail investors told to be on guard against buzzwords and dubious marketing claims
Many bankers sold close to the top, piggybacking on those with fewer market smarts
Cryptocurrencies were meant to challenge the financial establishment
Rival Cboe relaxes trading rules in attempt to bolster cryptocurrency business
Bitcoin, the original and most valuable crypto, has plummeted from $19,000 to $6,000-$8,000
Behind the worried noises about bitcoin, banks are thinking about custody services and trade facilitation
Somebody pass the mop.