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BitMEX CEO, CFO to Buy One of Germany's Oldest Banks
Bankhaus von der Heydt was formed in 1754 and became one of the first regulated institutions in Germany to offer digital asset services.
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BitMEX Compliance Chief Malcolm Wright Jumps to Shyft Network
Just over a year ago, Wright was brought in to help BitMEX following investigations by U.S. regulators and law enforcement.
Malcolm Wright (Shyft Network)

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BitMEX Announces BMEX Tokens to Revive Retail Interest
The exchange enjoyed some of the biggest trading volumes until recent years but has since failed to keep with newer competitors.
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Carbon Offsets Are a Distraction for Crypto
Companies like BitMEX shouldn’t follow the corporate trend in buying these financial assets and build renewables instead.
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BitMEX Buys $100,000 of Carbon Credits in Bid to Become Carbon Neutral
The investment will offset all of BitMEX’s bitcoin transaction and server emissions, the exchange said.
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BitMEX Awards Grants to Two More Bitcoin Developers
The crypto exchange is now supporting six open-source developers in total.
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BitMEX Joins Binance, Bybit in Removing Korean Language Ahead of Regulatory Deadline
South Korean regulators have asked exchanges to register by Friday.
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BitMEX’s First Employee Agrees to Be Extradited to US to Face Money Laundering Charges
Gregory Dwyer, BitMEX’s first employee, has consented to be sent to the U.S., pending Bermuda’s approval.
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BitMEX, Deribit Tap Shyft Network for FATF ‘Travel Rule’ Solution
Shyft’s Veriscope product now boasts some 35 crypto service providers including Binance, Bitfinex, Tether and Huobi.
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BitMEX Announces $100M CFTC, FinCEN Settlement
BitMEX will pay a $100 million penalty to resolve the charges, the firm announced in a blog post.
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