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All these Latin American countries want to adopt Bitcoin…and quick

Mexican senators, Eduardo Murat Hinojosa and Indira Kempis, may have a lead in the Bitcoin (BTC) legalization race, but there is still a lot that could happen before the next legal tender status announcement.  Mexico’s government officials are already prepared to propose crypto regulation before the Chamber of Deputies, while Panama officials are preparing to […]Read More

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American institution Citibank is building a crypto trading and custody

American multinational investment bank Citigroup is reportedly developing crypto-related services such as trading, custody, and financing due to rapidly growing interest from clients. According to a Financial Times report published today, the bank hasn’t yet decided when—if ever—it will actually offer its clients crypto services but is preparing for such eventuality nevertheless. Clients’ interest in […]Read More

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Grayscale becomes ‘crypto sponsor’ of American football team New York

Crypto investments behemoth Grayscale and the National Football League team New York Giants have partnered up and are committing to “support the New York metro area,” according to an announcement published today. “Our partnership with the Giants is incredibly meaningful because our roots are in New York,” said Grayscale CEO Michael Sonnenshein, adding, “We’re excited […]Read More

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Bitcoin critic Peter Schiff says both the American economy and

Peter Schiff, CEO of Euro Pacific Capital and a well-known critic of Bitcoin, went full-on doomsayer mode yesterday with predictions of everything collapsing—the U.S. dollar, the American economy, and, of course, Bitcoin (BTC). “I don’t think these Bitcoin collections are going to be worth anything when the music stops,” Schiff said in an interview with […]Read More

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First North American Bitcoin ETF Approved by Canadian Securities Regulator

The first bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) in North America has been given the go-ahead by Canada’s financial regulator. According to a decision document on Thursday, the receipt of approval from the Ontario Securities Commission was filed under a Multilateral Instrument passport system in multiple Canadian jurisdictions. Those territories include British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Quebec, […]Read More