- The exchange's CEO explained on Twitter that the move was connected to Binance's recent acquisition of Singapore-regulated securities exchange HGX.
- The exchange is also winding down its services in the area, with Singapore users no longer having the ability to deposit fiat or crypto to the platform.
- Starting 14 December, Bancolombia clients will be able to trade four crypto assets, namely BTC, ETH, LTC, and BCH.
- The partnership is part of a year-long pilot program run by Colombia’s financial regulator SFC to test banking services for crypto platforms.
- The popular crypto exchange has offered IG Group $216 million for its stakes in U.S.-based Nadex and Small Exchange.
- The acquisition, expected to be complete in the first half of 2022, will enable Crypto.com to offer its U.S. customers access to derivatives and futures products.
- The company will issue exchangeable senior notes, with the debt bearing a 3% interest rate, which will reach maturity in 2026.
- The deal, expected to close this December, also allows the bond holders to exchange the debt for company stock.
- On 26 December U.S. users will loose the ability to open new positions in ADA and TRX, and by 31 December will no longer be able to stake the tokens.
- eToro will limit the selling of the assets sometime in Q1 2022, after it has made its wallet compatible with ADA and TRX.
- In order to comply with local regulators, Huobi revealed it will be shutting down its operations in Singapore by 31 March, 2022.
- Users in the area have been advised to close down their positions, and withdraw their digital assets before that date.
- The new GFSC license enables Huobi to use DLT for "storing or transmitting value belonging to others" to or from Gibraltar.
- Huobi hopes it will be able to attract both retail and institutional clients who want to trade through a regulated platform.
Siam Commercial Bank in Suandok Park, Maharaj Hospital, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 28 April, 2018. nitinut380 / Shutterstock
- Siam Commercial Bank has acquired 51% of the total shares in Bitkub for the price of 17.85 billion baht, or around $536 million.
- The deal is still pending regulatory approval, but the exchange expects to complete the transaction by the first quarter of 2022.
- The secondary investment round was led by SoftBank's Vision Fund2 and Latin America Fund, and saw participation from GIC Capital, Ribbit Capital and CapitalG.
- The goal of the round was not to raise capital for DCG, but provide early investors with the "opportunity" to exit and take profits.
- The scammer impersonated Apple, taking advantage of the highly anticipated October 18 event by the company.
- No BTC was stolen, but more than 17 Ethereum were swindled out of their three owners.