Goldman Sachs Applies for DeFi ETF
The filing joins over a dozen crypto ETF applications sitting before the SEC.
"The speculation that has ensued around our specific plans for cryptocurrencies is not true," a spokesperson said.
Possible criminal charges against Tether executives will put even more pressure on a product that the market is already cooling on.
Tesla isn't selling.
Cryptocurrency market makers say they're fielding inquiries about how to bet on a falling price for the dollar-pegged stablecoin USDT.
The strong bounce in bitcoin over the weekend occurred as shorts covered positions.
As Donald Trump’s national bank regulator, Brooks met with a wide range of crypto market participants, from Fortune 500 execs to DeFi protocol founders, documents show.
"All About Bitcoin" dives into the drivers behind bitcoin's rally as it tops $39K. Nick Mancini, a research analyst for Trade The Chain, provides his analysis. Plus, is Tether really in trouble? CoinDesk Podcasts & Audio Managing Editor Adam Levine shares his take on the Bloomberg report that says Tether executives are facing a criminal probe from the Department of Justice (DOJ) over bank fraud.
"The Hash" hosts discuss today's top stories: According to Bloomberg, Tether executives are facing a criminal probe into bank fraud by the Justice Department, Bitcoin rallies above $38K after weeks of consolidation, Amazon looks to hire a digital currency chief, Binance is joining FTX in cutting leverage limit, and Uniswap is limiting access to some tokens citing an "evolving regulatory landscape." Nevertheless, the number of crypto ATMs surged 70% globally this year.
Stablecoins are suddenly all over the news, with their explosive growth posing all sorts of questions for investors and regulators alike. Why are regulators getting nervous, and what should they do? For this deep dive into stablecoins, co-hosts Michael Casey and Sheila Warren sat down with Caitlin Long of Avanti, a Wyoming-based digital assets bank, and George Selgin of the Cato Institute.
"First Mover" dives into the crypto markets and the latest market action, including the reasons for bitcoin's sharp rise as the price eyes $40K. Joining the markets discussion is Ben Flavin, Global Head of ETFs at BNY Mellon, who also shares news of the latest bank and institutional moves into crypto. Also, host Christine Lee sits down with Mila Kunis to discuss the animated, NFT-backed series featuring the actress, her husband Ashton Kutcher and Vitalik Buterin.