Page 2 of 7
Microsoft and Starbucks are teaming up with the NYSE to launch a one-day bitcoin futures contract in November. Several other partners will join ICE to make competition for the existing contracts on the CBOE and CME.
The Mt. Gox Creditors, the legal team for the defunct crypto exchange, have released a detailed proposal to repay the stolen Bitcoin. The outlined plan includes paying back victims in Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash, instead of fiat.
Coinbase has just announced a new WooCommerce plugin that will open the door to crypto payments on millions of websites, the ability to send BTC and LTC from Coinbase Commerce, a new React component, and a Python library for the Coinbase Commerce API.
SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce took to Twitter to announce a formal dissent against the Commissions order disapproving the rule change that would’ve allowed the Winklevoss twins to create the first Bitcoin ETF.
Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and Litecoin have joined Bitcoin in the Google search cryptocurrency converter. These mark the first additions since 2014.
The Winklevoss twins and the rest of the world will have to wait a bit longer for a crypto-based ETF. The SEC rejected the twins’ application for a “Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust.”
Venture for America founder Andrew Yang is running for president and has announced via Twitter that his campaign can now accept crypto, in addition to soliciting $1 donations via Venmo.
Malta, an archipelago in the central Mediterranean, recently passed three bills related to cryptocurrency and continues to be a hot location in the crypto conversation. Today Maltese startup Moon Zebra, which specializes in the setup and operation of cryptocurrency ATMs, has announced the installation of their first machine on the island. The machine is easy…
At the end of June, the CBOE provided a proposal to the SEC to list and trade SolidX Bitcoin shares as a Bitcoin ETF backed by VanEck asset management. Now, the SEC has opened up the comments page for the CBOE ETF proposal, where you can learn how to submit comments and see what others…