Bitcoin News Roundup for Sept. 22, 2020

With bitcoin at risk of falling to four figures and new guidance from the OCC, CoinDesk’s Markets Daily is back for your latest crypto news roundup!

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Updated Sep 14, 2021 at 9:59 a.m. UTC

With bitcoin at risk of falling to four figures and new guidance from the OCC, CoinDesk’s Markets Daily is back for your latest crypto news roundup!

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This episode is sponsored by Crypto.comBitstamp and Nexo.io.

Today's Stories:

Bitcoin risks falling into four figures on a continued sell-off in equities and rebounding U.S. dollar.

A digital euro for retail payments would "ensure that sovereign money remains at the core of European payment systems," according to Legarde.

The U.S. OCC has published fresh guidance, officially clarifying national banks can provide services to stablecoin issuers in the U.S.

In a case involving the ownership of about 1.1 million bitcoin (worth over $11 billion), the federal court denied Wright’s request for a summary judgment on Monday.

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