'Preying on Human Weakness': Why Investors Are Nervous About Robinhood
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One lesson Chinese miners have learned from the ban: Don't put all your eggs in one basket.
Where other bills addressed crypto policy questions piecemeal, Rep. Don Beyer’s Digital Asset Market Structure and Investor Protection Act covers several in one fell swoop.
As the bitcoin market grows bigger and changes, blockchain data also becomes more complicated to interpret.
Bitcoin-focused funds had outflows totalling $19.7 million, partly offset by net inflows to funds focused on other categories, including multi-asset funds.
Cash App's bitcoin gross profit rose to $55 million, Square said in its second-quarter letter to shareholders.
Rep. Tom Emmer of Minnesota also criticizes the updated bipartisan infrastructure bill aiming to raise $28 billion via crypto taxes.
"All About Bitcoin" takes a look at the trending stories: Rep. Don Beyer (D-VA) proposes a bill that could be the most sweeping legislation yet to regulate the market, the impact of the new Senate infrastructure bill, which looks to collect $28 billion in crypto taxes, and bitcoin logs its biggest weekly price gain in three months as illiquid supply hits record high. Plus, the global implications of China's continued crypto crackdown. Bitmain's Irene Gao and OANDA's Edward Moya join the discussions.
Latin America has been in the middle of the crypto community’s attention after El Salvador adopted bitcoin as a legal tender. But is it actually a good thing for bitcoin and for El Salvador, and will it benefit the country’s citizens?This week, “Opinionated” hosts Ben Schiller and Anna Baydakova are talking to Sebastian Serrano, who is the CEO of Ripio, a popular crypto wallet and exchange in Latin America.
"The Hash" hosts discuss today's hot topics: Rep. Don Beyer's newly proposed “Digital Asset Market Structure and Investor Protection Act" could be the most sweeping legislation yet to regulate the market. Marathon Digital is buying $121 million of mining machines from Bitmain as Beijing remains tough on crypto. FTX and Major League Baseball (MLB) announces a $100K giveaway in bitcoin or cash for a lucky winner of its contest "MLB Moonblasts Pick ‘Em.” NFT markets turn red hot this past week, posting record-breaking trading volumes and average prices.
“Money Reimagined” hosts Michael Casey and Sheila Warren, with their guest Noelle Acheson of Genesis, dissect two noteworthy criticisms of the crypto space: The essay “I, Token: The untold story of the hole in Bitcoin’s heart” by Brett Scott, who makes some compelling points about the difference between “price” and “value," and a blog post by International Monetary Fund staffers Tobias Adrian and Rhoda Weeks-Brown, which argues that crypto assets are not viable as alternatives to state-run currencies.
"First Mover" is joined by Rep. Tom Emmer as the new infrastructure bill looks to raise $28 billion from crypto taxes. Arca's Chief Investment Officer Jeff Dorman on bitcoin's next move after it broke $42K over the weekend. Cathy Hackl, the self-claimed Chief Metaverse Officer, explains why it's important to invest in the space now.