Insights into the biggest Events shaping the crypto Industry
Several African startups had funds in SVB as the bank was a lender for startups
Noting that ether-based products have been “listed on CFTC exchanges for quite some time”
According to Bukele, tourism has increased by 95% since the country adopted Bitcoin. This significant figure highlights the potential benefits of embracing cryptocurrencies as legal tender.
When compared with similar searches by U.S. residents, Leverage Trading found that Nigerian searches were four times higher.
The recent failure of the cryptocurrency exchange FTX and the subsequent sell-off in the market have highlighted the weaknesses in the crypto ecosystem.
The billionaire met with Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe to pitch bitcoin adoption.
According to the WEF panel discussion, CBDCs are rising as a solution for payments and credit that goes beyond banking integration.
According to the WEF article, the biggest impact of the implementation of the technology will be observed in industrial environments first.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has issued a stark warning regarding the use of Bitcoin and other digital currencies.
Calling crypto a highly speculative, volatile asset class, Gensler stressed that most cryptocurrencies are not complying with securities laws.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has stated that the collapse of FTX, calls for tighter consumer protection and regulation of the crypto industry.
Jeffrey Wu stated that digital currencies are enablers that make the technology needed for it viable.
Paxful CEO emphasized that he is tired of dealing with fraudulent crypto schemes therefore partners and industry experts must put in more effort for crypto education.
The IMF has identified the need for better regulatory efforts for the massively-growing cryptocurrency industry in Africa.
Nigeria’s central bank is turning to the nation’s three-wheeler taxi operators to speed the adoption of the digital currency.