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Cryptocurrency news - Business

Meta set to begin testing NFTs on Instagram Stories with Spark AR


Instagram's parent company, Meta, announced Wednesday that it will begin testing NFTs on Instagram Stories using its augmented reality platform Spark AR.   CEO Mark Zuckerberg said of the news, “We're expanding our test so more creators around the world can display t...

Bank of England Chief Takes Victory Lap as Crypto Crumbles


Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey reiterated his stance on cryptocurrencies, stating that the asset class has "no intrinsic value." The longtime crypto skeptic was testifying in the U.K. Parliament the day after lending platform Celsius suspended transfers and withdrawals...

Miami International Holdings, Lukka Form Pact in Plan to Launch Crypto Derivatives


Miami International Holdings (MIH), owner of the Miami International Securities Exchange, entered a pact with blockchain data firm Lukka to launch crypto derivatives. The deal gives MIH a multiyear license to use Lukka data for its crypto derivative products. The initial suite...

Meta trademark filing hints at plans for crypto payments platform


Social media giant Facebook's parent company, Meta, may be planning to launch a payments platform with support for cryptocurrency.   According to records submitted to the United States Patent and Trademark Office, or USPTO, on May 13, Meta filed five applications for its n...

Argentina's largest two banks to allow crypto trading


Argentina’s largest and second-largest private banks, Banco Galicia and Brubank, have announced that they will allow customers to make crypto purchases. Bloomberg reported on May 2 that a resounding 60% of respondents to an Argentinian poll asked for more access to crypto,...

Finland Plans to Donate Seized Bitcoins to Help Ukraine


Finland is planning to donate bitcoin (BTC) seized from various criminal investigations undertaken by its government to Ukraine, Finnish paper Helsingin Sanomat reported, citing government sources. The amount of bitcoin to be donated has not been determined yet, but the potent...

Floki Inu resumes controversial ad blitz in London


Dogecoin rival Floki Inu has begun what it calls an “aggressive” marketing campaign in London, plastering advertisements around the city’s train stations and on its famous red buses.   Floki Inu announced the new campaign in an April 23 blog noting that &...

German banking giant Commerzbank applies for crypto license


One of the largest banking institutions in Germany has confirmed it applied for a local crypto license earlier this year, marking the first time a major bank has made a move toward cryptocurrencies in the country.   A spokesperson from Commerzbank confirmed to local media...

Central Bank of Portugal Grants Country’s First Crypto License to a Bank


Bison Bank, a Portugal-based financial institution, has received a license from the Portuguese central bank (Banco de Portugal) to operate as a virtual asset service provider (VASP), Banco de Portugal announced Thursday. Bison Bank will create a special business division, Biso...

Singapore aims to streamline financial watchdog's authority over crypto firms


The Singaporean government has approved legislation that will give the Monetary Authority of Singapore, or MAS, additional power to respond to crypto firms doing business outside the country.   Records from the Parliament of Singapore show the government passed the Financi...