Recently, Boerse Stuttgart, the second-biggest stock exchange in Germany released an official statement. The announcement stated, that the ninth-largest in Europe German stock exchange plans to introduce a crypto trading platform by the second quarter of 2019.
The U.S federal authorities in South Carolina have arrested Thomas Lanzana for charges of defrauding a minimum of 20 people.
South Korea-based cryptocurrency exchange, Coinone transfer has officially launched Cross – a remittance app utilizing Ripple’s xCurrent product to facilitate speedy cross-border payments.
Recently, the crypto-focused institutional asset Morgan Creek Digital issued a $1 million bet against the S&P 500 (SPX) stock market index. The press release states, that the crypto fund has issued a wager that its Digital Asset Index Fund –– a basket of ten major crypto assets –– will outperform the SPX over the next 10 years, starting Jan.1, 2019.
Market insiders had already read that, while VanEck seemed to have been expecting the opposite, and The SEC argues that the postponement comes in favour of a better study.
The second biggest stock exchange in the world, NASDAQ has confirmed its plans to start dealing with Bitcoin futures in the first half of 2019.
Luno has investigated the interests and views of Bitcoiners on 3 continents. What does the research show?
Tether Ltd enabled its customers to redeem Tether for fiat currency directly through its platform after Bitfinex posted on their page, an official appeal announcing Tether's neutrality and launching its new stable coin pairs.
Before Nasdaq makes the move, the New York Exchange made attempts to start a similar one, whereas both of the two names have been careful in its studies and setting the strategy needed.
Not having a solid surveillance system and not being a trusted custody, are two prominent reasons that hold the SEC from approving cryptocurrency, and in particular, bitcoin ETF.
Blockchain Capital has raised $12.75 mln during the round of Series A funding , for the new American startup, which has plans on launching new security tokens, as the media reported.
Bitcoin is being dealt with rather as legal property in China and the USA, although some juridical specialists assume the opposite, noting the possibility that cryptographic tokens may not be legally enforceable property. legally enforceable property.