This Week in Crypto
A Wyoming law exempts New York’s Bitlicense requirement, Andrew Yang addresses regulating crypto, and the Federal Reserve releases stablecoin guidelines for issuers.
Justin Sun admits investment in Poloniex, BitGo is processing 20% bitcoin of transactions, and Binance announces it will use the fiat gateway by Paxos Trust Company.
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.
Binance US launches in 37 states, Germany’s government passed a new blockchain strategy, and the SEC has charged ICOBox for securities violations.
The Libra Association is seeking a swiss payments license, Mastercard partnered with R3 to pilot a cross-border payments solution, and Binance US is planning to open deposits next week.
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