Colombia's First Commercial Bank Will Let Users Transfer Money to Crypto Exchange
Banco de Bogotá will allow money transfers with crypto exchange Buda.com as part of a pilot program in August.
Demand was high for Stoner Cats NFTs.
Analysts see the cryptocurrency's price as remaining range-bound.
The Virginia-based company now holds more than 105,000 bitcoins.
Shares of the popular zero-commission trading app opened down as much as 10% on Thursday before closing the day down 8.4%.
It may be the time to reconsider the exclusion of crypto in the 2019 agreement, according to experts from the Rand Corporation.
Rep. Don Beyer (D-Va.) said the existing digital asset market structure and regulatory framework are too “ambiguous and dangerous for investors and consumers.”
The amount of bitcoin in the Lightning Network now exceeds 2,000, up from about 1,000 BTC at the start of 2021. Lightning Network is a "layer 2" protocol layered on top of the Bitcoin blockchain to enable fast transactions and turn bitcoin into a more viable form of payment. On the occasion of the 2,000 BTC milestone, "Community Crypto" host Isaiah Jackson reviews the purpose and the progress of Lighting Network with Lightning Labs Co-founder and CTO Olaoluwa Osuntokun (aka "Roasbeef").
Bitcoin flirts with $40K resistance again. "All About Bitcoin" dives into bitcoin markets and trends with Mati Greenspan of Quantum Economics. Also, Irene Gao of Bitmain on news from the giant Chinese mining equipment firm: a planned U.S. operation in Georgia, the mining status in China and around the world, the current Bitcoin hashrate and more.
"The Hash" panel tackles today's hot topics: Uniswap is talking with PayPal, Robinhood and others in the consumer finance space, how bitcoin miners can escape U.S. taxes legally, Bank of America says CBDCs are more effective than cash and Iran is moving forward with even more censorship of the internet.
"First Mover" dives into today's top stories, including Robinhood's debut on Nasdaq, new crypto requirements added to the infrastructure bill, and the continuing debate over stablecoins: Are they securities? Guests include Tom Pageler of Prime Trust, Rich Rosenblum of GSR Markets and Carlos Domingo of Securitize.
In this week’s episode, CoinDesk’s Christine Kim and Consensys’ Ben Edgington are joined by Flashbots researcher Alex Obadia to discuss the noble yet futile fight to vanquish Miner/Maximal Extrable Value (MEV) on Ethereum.