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LONDON (Reuters) - Grayscale will list an exchange-traded fund (ETF) in Europe made up of companies representing the "Future of Finance", the world's largest cryptocurrency asset manager said in a statement on Monday.
LAGOS (Reuters) - Nigeria's markets regulator has published a set of regulations for digital assets, signalling Africa's most populous country is trying to find a middle ground between an outright ban on crypto assets and their unregulated use.
In a step towards the virtual realms of social media envisioned by Facebook-owner Meta, artists and collectors from the US are being allowed to showcase and sell digital artworks as NFTs on Instagram.
THE cryptocurrency market crash has begun, with close to US$800bil (RM3.51 trillion) in market value wiped out in the last 30 days.
LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Tether, the third largest cryptocurrency in terms of market capitalization, said the majority of its reserves are in U.S. Treasuries after having reduced its exposure to commercial paper over the last six months, its Chief Technology Officer Paolo Ardoino said in a Twitter Spaces chat on Thursday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Major League Baseball will launch an online game in partnership with SoftBank-backed NFT company Sorare this summer, Sorare said in a statement on Thursday.
A new type of scam has emerged in the hype-filled world of cryptocurrency: the “rug pull”.
Cryptocurrency tycoons are emerging as the new power players in American politics, pouring millions of dollars into primary elections as they try to gain influence over members of Congress, Republican and Democrat, who will write laws governing their industry, as well as other government officials who are crafting regulations.
LONDON (Reuters) - Blockchain needs its own music industry 'MP3' moment as fragmented regulation and technology hamper the development of a digital securities industry that could help realise its full potential, industry officials said.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - On Tuesday, bitcoin fell briefly below $30,000 for the first time in 10 months, while cryptocurrencies overall have lost nearly $800 billion in market value in the past month, according to data site CoinMarketCap, as investors fret about tightening monetary policy.