US Policy Adviser Rebuts Peter Thiel: Bitcoin Won’t Undermine USD
One policy maker says China is unlikely to use bitcoin as a financial weapon against the U.S. dollar.
The pilot will use simulated crypto assets and paper money to give invited investors a sample of Bullish's trading interface.
The Block.one subsidiary is set to go public via a SPAC merger this year.
As well as building out its platform, Vauld intends to use the investment to drive international expansion.
The news comes just a month after the announcement of Bullish's launch.
In a Tuesday earnings call, CFO Dave Glazer said bitcoin on the balance sheet is “definitely on the table.”