Ex-Bakkt CEO Kelly Loeffler Got $9M Payout as She Left for US Senate: Report
Senator Kelly Loeffler received the hefty payout from her husband's company, Intercontinental Exchange, as she left bitcoin company Bakkt to take up her political position.
BlockFi is adding a former Bakkt and Microsoft employee to their lineup to take charge of the firm's security.
Bakkt and Galaxy Digital plan to offer a "white glove" trading and custody solution targeting institutions this year.
Open interest for Bakkt's bitcoin options market has stayed at $0 since June 15.
FalconX brought in an equivalent to Facebook's 2005 Series A while Grin flounders and a16z asks if crypto's on the cusp of a boom period.
Bakkt has onboarded 70 clients to its custody services, and signed a deal with insurance broker Marsh to provide customers with an optional extra $500 million of coverage.
U.S. Senator Kelly Loeffler and her husband sold up to $3.5 million in stock after a Jan. 24 briefing on COVID-19, but ICE says the transactions were conducted by financial advisors who had no input from the two.