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|Kurt Grela||Nov 14, 2020|
. was the final wake-up call for central banks prompting serious consideration of digital currency issuances, according to Benoit Coeure, head of the BIS Innovation Hub. Via
BREAKING: The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) now qualifies U.S. banks, broker-dealers, and registered futures commission merchants as custodians for cryptocurrencies such as and tokenized securities.
the team raked in over $115 million in alone *yesterday* -- ready to get involved? 👇 grayscale.co/startinvesting/
Square put $50 million of their treasury assets (~ 1%) into Bitcoin on October 8th. Less than 60 days later it is now worth more than $75 million. Eventually every individual, company, and central bank will hold Bitcoin as a reserve asset.
is establishing a textbook fractal on the daily chart. If it can establish a fourth phase (big if) then it would imply a sharp move to the all time high territory. 👀 👀 What do you think ?
for Advisors [Presentation] Had the privilege of presenting at 's Bitcoin for Advisors event this week. In my latest Delphi Daily, I breakdown my main discussion points (slide titles in tweet below👇). delphidigital.io/reports/bitcoi…
From “bitcoin is wasteful” to “bitcoin is too volatile to be a store of value,” our Director of Research dispels the most common bitcoin misconceptions. Read now: bit.ly/38CqSBb
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