Bitcoin.com Exchange Reveals Role in the Cryptopia Rescue Group

The world-class trading platform, Bitcoin.com Exchange announced it’s participating in the Cryptopia Exchange rescue consortium in order to help redistribute coins to customers. Bitcoin.com’s trading platform will provide an exchange environment in order to bolster the Cryptopia Rescue redistribution plan. Back in January 2019, the New Zealand cryptocurrency trading platform Cryptopia Exchange suffered a major breach and it affected 2.3 million account holders from all around the world. Estimates note that roughly $860 million worth of cryptocurrency was held on the exchange before the hack. Bitcoin.com is pleased to announce…

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Central Banks Dump Gold for the First Time Since 2010, Precious Metal Drops 9% Since August High

A few central banks have started selling tons of gold for the first time since 2010 in order to ease the financial suffering from the Covid-19 pandemic. At $1,875 per ounce, gold prices are down -9.63% since the commodity’s high of $2,075 on August 6. Even though gold has dropped significantly in value in contrast to bitcoin (BTC), gold bug Peter Schiff decided to use the opportunity to rag on bitcoin on Twitter. “If you measure the size of asset bubbles based on the level of conviction buyers have in…

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The SEC Votes to Modernize Regulatory Framework for Derivatives Use

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) will enhance the regulatory framework for derivatives use by registered investment companies after passing a vote to either change or amend existing rules. As part of the new framework–which covers mutual funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), and closed-end funds–operators must undertake to implement a written derivatives risk management program. A Modern Approach to Derivatives Regulation The rule changes, which open the doors for more leveraged ETFs, will also permit a fund to enter into reverse repurchase agreements and similar financing transactions, as well as…

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Fidelity Investments’ Digital Asset Custody Services Arm Expands to Asia

Fidelity Digital Asset Services has revealed the company is expanding into Asia and plans to help high-net-worth investors and family offices in the region with custodial crypto products. Fidelity is working with the Singaporean startup Stack Funds, a fully-insured custody operation servicing traditional financial institutions. Fidelity Investments Inc., is an American multinational financial services corporation that operates a subsidiary called Fidelity Digital Asset Services (FDAS). As of June 2020, the Boston-based Fidelity is one of the largest asset managers worldwide with $3.3 trillion in assets under management (AUM). Back in…

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Microstrategy CEO Personally Owns $240 Million in Bitcoin — Company’s BTC Profit Eclipses Other Earnings

Following a $425 million bitcoin purchase by his billion-dollar company, Microstrategy CEO Michael Saylor reveals that he personally owns about $240 million in bitcoin. Meanwhile, his company’s bitcoin gains have outperformed the company’s other earnings. Microstrategy and Its CEO Are Both Bitcoin Hodlers The CEO of the billion-dollar company Microstrategy, Michael Saylor, has revealed his own bitcoin holdings. His company, Microstrategy, recently bought $425 million in bitcoin as its primary Treasury reserve asset. Saylor, who has been outspoken about bitcoin ever since his company decided to make the cryptocurrency its…

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Kraken CEO: ‘Defi Scams’ Must Take Their Losses as Way to ‘Enlightenment’

Jesse Powell, chief executive officer of the world’s fourth-largest crypto exchange Kraken, has criticized decentralized finance (defi) projects, accusing them of being “scams” that enter the market too quickly, unprepared. In a charged Oct. 26 tweet, Powell said the “scams” should not expect crypto exchanges to bail them out once things go wrong. Preferring to let the defi projects fail in order that they get “enlightened”, he thundered: I will not accept your attempt at externalizing the cost of your hasty, reckless rollout. Invest in audits, insurance and please DYOR.…

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‘David Hasselhoff Invented Bitcoin’ – 9 Celebrities Wish Bitcoin a Happy Birthday

Ahead of the 12th anniversary of the Bitcoin white paper, a large group of celebrities published cameo videos saying “happy birthday” to the world’s first cryptocurrency. A number of popular stars appear in the videos including Charlie Sheen, David Hasselhoff, Carole Baskin, Gilbert Gottfried, and more. On Halloween, this Saturday, October 31, a great number of cryptocurrency advocates will be celebrating the day Satoshi Nakamoto published the Bitcoin white paper. Satoshi Nakamoto published the paper, titled “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System” on the website metzdowd.com on the cryptography mailing…

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After Praising Bitcoin, JPMorgan Pushes JPM Coin, Sets Up Dedicated Crypto Unit

JPMorgan Chase has revealed that its own JPM Coin is now being used commercially by a large tech company. The company has set up a dedicated crypto business unit with a focus on cross-border payments. This news follows a group of JPMorgan analysts praising bitcoin as an alternative investment to gold. JPMorgan’s Crypto Now Used Commercially Global investment bank and financial services company JPMorgan Chase has set up a dedicated crypto business unit called Onyx with more than 100 staffers, CNBC reported Tuesday. Takis Georgakopoulos, JPMorgan’s global head of wholesale…

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Covid-19 Hit Sub-Sahara Africa Gets $16 Billion From IMF, Region Still Faces $290B Financing Gap

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says its release of $16 billion towards sub-Sahara Africa will help to cover the needs of countries badly hit by the global pandemic, Covid-19. The financial institution says despite its swift action, the region still faces a financing gap of $290 billion between now and the year 2023. Sub-Sahara Africa’s Limited Fiscal Space According to the Fund, without significant additional financial assistance, many sub-Saharan African countries will struggle to simply maintain macroeconomic stability while meeting the basic needs of their populations. Emphasizing the urgency of…

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A Look at the Fascist Agenda Behind the ‘Great Reset’ and the WEF’s Reboot Propaganda

Less than two weeks ago, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) managing director called for a “new Bretton Woods moment.” Meanwhile, the IMF is not the only entity pushing for a “great reset,” as the World Economic Forum (WEF) and other mainstream entities have been promoting the financial reboot propaganda. The Status Quo Preps for the ‘Great Reset’ Via Intense Propaganda 2020 has been a wild ride and during the last ten months, the world moved in lockstep in order to avoid the coronavirus outbreak. The government’s reaction to Covid-19 created…

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