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High Times will accept cryptocurrency investments in their ongoing Regulation A+ IPO which caters to smaller investors that might not normally get the chance to participate in a public stock offering.
Germany’s 2nd largest stock exchange announced three new digital asset offerings that will eventually provide a custody service.
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.
OKEx will be injecting 2500 BTC into its insurance fund after a $460M+ forced liquidation left a massive unsettled overhang.
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.
As part of a more widespread adoption of blockchain, Northern Trust confirmed its plans to work with crypto hedge funds. The firm will also expand on its use of distributed ledger tech in its private equity workflow.
Flow, a payment platform in Chile, now offers participating merchants the ability to accept Bitcoin, Ethereum and Stellar using Cryptocompra payment system from local crypto exchange CryptoMarket.
In an effort to validate cryptocurrency’s potential role in global markets, Nasdaq hosted a closed-door meeting in Chicago last week to discuss crypto regulation and ways the industry could improve the overall image of crypto.