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MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's BBVA on Friday said it had opened a bitcoin trading service to all private banking clients in Switzerland available as of June 21.
(Reuters) - The National Republican Congressional Committee will begin to accept donations in cryptocurrency, it said on Thursday.
LONDON (Reuters) - More than nine in ten independent financial advisers (IFAs) in Britain would never recommend cryptocurrencies or so-called meme stocks to their clients, an Opinium poll showed on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Central bank digital currencies will complement cryptocurrencies rather than competing with them despite not being structurally different from their country's fiat currencies, strategists and fund managers said.
Among the clubs to launch tokens in recent months are English Premier League champions Manchester City and Italy’s AC Milan.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Cryptocurrency investment products and funds saw outflows for a second straight week, with ether posting record outflows as institutional investors took a step back, data from digital asset manager CoinShares showed on Monday.
The Russian government, for its part, has denied it directs cybercriminals to attack US interests, or protects them from US prosecution.
LONDON (Reuters) -El Salvador's decision to make bitcoin legal tender is an "interesting experiment" with a speculative asset that does not pass the test for being a reliable means of payment, a senior global central banking official said on Friday.
MUMBAI (Reuters) -India’s financial crime-fighting agency said on Friday that WazirX, one of the country's largest cryptocurrency exchanges and its directors, were under investigation for suspected violation of foreign exchange regulations.
The Bitcoin Mining Council formed to standardise energy reporting, in the face of growing criticism about the industry's energy consumption.