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CNBC Crypto Trader Host Ran Neuner Teases Coinbase IPO, Claims Remain Unverified
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CNBC Crypto Trader Host Ran Neuner Teases Coinbase IPO, Claims Remain Unverified
The major cryptocurrency exchange and wallet platform Coinbase is about to launch its first Initial Public Offering. This news comes from Ran Neuner, the host of the ”Crypto Trader” segment on CNBC Africa, who recently tweeted the details of the deal. More specifically, on October 25th Neuner tweeted that CNBC Cryptotrader would soon ”expose details of the Coinbase IPO raise”. He also shared two slides containing information on Coinbase’s account…
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”Leading Global Bitcoin Exchange” OKEx Will Delist More Than 50 Trading Pairs Next Week
The cryptocurrency exchange OKEx is set to significantly reduce the number of cryptocurrency trading pairs, according to a recent announcement. This change will take effect on October 31 at 6:00 AM CET. The Hong Kong-based cryptocurrency exchange OKEx labels itself as the ”leading global Bitcoin exchange” and will now delist 58 trading pairs due to ”weak liquidity and trading volume.” Furthermore, these more than 50 trading pairs are linked to…
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The Central Bank In Sweden Might Be The Worlds First Country To Create A National Digital Currency
Sweden has started to develop a digital currency, e-Krona, since the society in the country use less and less cash. At first, the e-Krona is going to be used alongside cash but might eventually be the only currency used, according to the Swedish news outlet Dagens Nyheter. News broke yesterday that Sweden might be the first country to implement a digital currency, and the development is now underway. Several banks…
BOJ Deputy Governor Rules Out Japanese CBDCs As Long As Cash is Still Popular
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BOJ Deputy Governor Rules Out Japanese CBDCs As Long As Cash is Still Popular
The Deputy Governor of the Bank of Japan, Masayoshi Amamiya, has previously spoken negatively on the subject of central bank-issued digital currencies – so-called CBDCs – and in April of this year, he was quoted as saying that they could potentially destabilize the entire existing financial system. Furthermore, the Deputy Governor has this weekend once again made his opposition to CBDCs known in a speech to academics in Nagoya, Japan.…