This Week in Crypto
The European Investment Fund invests €100 million in a blockchain fund, Coinbase Custody expands Tezos staking internationally, and China cracks down on crypto related activities in Shenzhen.
Coinbase will start paying users 1.25% on USDC holdings, six Japan brokerages formed an STO association, and Parity Technologies released Parity Signer v3.0.
Bittrex adopts chainalysis tracking software, a new malware is stealing browser data, and Binance helps UK police find a cybercriminal involved in phishing attacks.
OKEX & UpBit delist privacy coins, JPMorgan, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo pilot blockchain initiatives, and Loom Network is bringing DeFi to the Tron and Binance chains.
Bank of America joins R3’s Marco Polo network, Loom is bringing DeFi to the Tron and Binance chains, and Zap wallet is launching in-app OTC trading.
The Libra Association stays firm on launching, despite rejection in the EU, KyberSwap introduces a fiat on-ramp, and Binance US is preparing to launch next week.
Facebook has added the Singapore Dollar to it’s Libra basket of fiat currencies. Coinbase has launched a USDC Bootstrap Fund. Nasdaq has listed a new decentralized finance index. And Gemini is launching an institutional custody solution.
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