Cheyenne Ligon

Cheyenne Ligon

When on the news team at CoinDesk, Cheyenne focused on crypto regulation and crime. Cheyenne is originally from Houston, Texas. She studied political science at Tulane University in Louisiana. In December 2021, she graduated from CUNY's Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, where she focused on business and economics reporting. She has no significant crypto holdings.

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Yearn’s Cronje Backs $10M Funding Round for DeFi’s Instadapp
The India-based startup will use the funding to continue developing a “middleware” layer for the DeFi ecosystem.
Instadapp
Texas' state bank regulator said existing regulations allow its chartered institutions to provide crypto custody services.
Texas State Regulator Greenlights Banks to Custody Crypto
A June 10 notice from the Texas Department of Banking told state-chartered banks they can work with crypto companies.
Texas' state bank regulator said existing regulations allow its chartered institutions to provide crypto custody services.
Apifiny
Crypto Exchange Apifiny Hires New President, Inches Towards Public Listing
The “exchange of exchanges” has hired a new CFO to help take the company public.
Apifiny
Unbound, ropes
Pantera, Arrington Back $5.8M Round for Unbound's Cross-Chain DeFi Stablecoin
The project's UND token interacts with AMMs like Uniswap and PancakeSwap.
Unbound, ropes
Monitors display Coinbase signage during the company's public listing on the Nasdaq stock exchange in April 2021.
Coinbase COIN Stock Hit With ‘Underperform’ Rating by Investment Bank Raymond James
According to Raymond James' definition, this stock will underperform its sector and should be sold.
Monitors display Coinbase signage during the company's public listing on the Nasdaq stock exchange in April 2021.
BlockTower co-founder Ari Paul
BlockTower Capital Buys ‘Market-Neutral’ Crypto Hedge Fund Gamma Point
BlockTower CEO Matt Goetz said the deal will help attract institutional investment – even in a bear market.
BlockTower co-founder Ari Paul
New York Attorney General Letitia James
Coinseed Shuts Down Following Lawsuit, Slams NYAG Letitia James
The company’s website now advertises an airdrop of the “F***LetitaJames” token.
New York Attorney General Letitia James