The U.S. Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) views all stablecoins as falling under their remit to protect “money transmission services, Director Kenneth Blanco said.Continue reading “FinCEN: Stablecoin Issuers Are Money Transmitters, No Matter What”
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the city-state’s de facto central bank, may soon allow cryptocurrency-based derivatives to be traded on regulated platforms.Continue reading “Singapore Proposes Allowing Bitcoin, Ether Derivatives Trading on Approved Exchanges”
- Strong performances in traditional assets and a lack of new reasons to buy crypto is suppressing BTC’s price.
- A loss of the 50-day moving average exposes the $8,000 price level.
- The daily RSI shows that momentum slowing, which could hint at greater selling pressure in the short term.
Lolli, an affiliate retail startup that gives online shoppers bitcoin instead of regular cash-back perks, just announced its first Asian partnership with Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba.
Lolli’s in-browser app allows users to shop through merchants’ websites as they normally would, but earn small bitcoin rewards delivered to the in-browser wallet.Continue reading “Alibaba Offers Bitcoin Rewards Through Lolli Shopping App for ‘Singles Day’”
Whether you call it the “halving” or the “halvening,” one of the few things we can be sure of in crypto is that the conversation around bitcoin’s upcoming reduction in mining reward will intensify over the next six months.
Why? Because previous halvings have triggered bull runs. And who doesn’t like a bull run?Continue reading “Why Bitcoin’s Next ‘Halving’ May Not Pump the Price Like Last Time”