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The fintech appears to have lost its way in the unicorn forest.
Companies analysis from our sister publication
Regulators tighten focus as institutions flirt with exposure to cryptocurrency
Concerns rise that FCA decision could push investors into ‘wild west’ market of underlying securities
Parent company faces allegation of ‘covering up’ loss of $850m in company and customer funds
In the buying stampede, some will have overlooked the risks of such investments
Some stores of value are clearly overdoing the storing part
German exchange traded product garners volumes matching those of popular European funds
Cryptocurrency lost more than $150bn in value this week, before bouncing back
Just another day in crypto-paradise.
FT's Robert Armstrong looks at the surging stock prices of Tesla, Bitcoin and Nasdaq index stalwarts
UK financial watchdog and ECB president call for more stringent rules
Turbulence raises fresh questions on whether mainstream investors will hop on board
Intercontinental Exchange-owned digital currencies group to be valued at about $2bn
Critics warn US requirement on policing digital currencies is ‘midnight rulemaking’ and would hurt privacy rights
After years of hostility to cryptocurrencies, central banks will permit them a limited role
Some believe the cryptocurrency to be a go-to asset for those seeking a safe haven
Fear of missing out drives demand for companies in a world awash with cash
Time for some realism.
Anthony Scaramucci’s fund of hedge funds was down about 7.5% last year
Cryptocurrency falls as much as a fifth from record intraday high set on Sunday
Today, in totally normal markets.
Businesses face new bureaucracy and checks at ports in first full week back after post-Brexit trade deal signed
Cryptocurrency picks up year where it left off after rising more than 300% in 2020
Three years after investors poured $20bn into initial coin offerings, start-ups are revealing what they did with the money