Bitcoin price is down but crypto investors still have a plethora of yield opportunities thanks to DeFi.
Layer-two’s surge to new heights, Bitcoin and DeFi EFT applications and Sushi’s mistaken bug — all coming to you this week in Finance Redefined.
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong has stated that SEC won’t meet with the firm, while asserting the 50% of Washington officials are concerned over the risks of crypto.
Losing the $3,000 mark just days before Friday’s $1.55 billion ETH options expiry nearly doomed Ether longs, but derivatives data shows bulls are still in favor.
This week’s price action shows Bitcoin bulls were a bit overzealous about Friday’s $3 billion BTC options expiry.
The U.S. exchange is looking to hire a leader with excellent political judgment to oversee relations with Washington D.C.
Amplify ETFs, Invesco and Galaxy submitted registrations to the U.S. SEC for Bitcoin and DeFi-based ETF offerings.
A Bitcoin ETF could be approved by U.S. regulators by October. according to Bloomberg Intelligence Commodity Strategist Mike McGlone.
“We’ve got a lot of casinos here in the Wild West, and the poker chip is these stablecoins at the casino gaming tables,” said Gary Gensler.
The exchange hinted at difficulties in regulatory clarity across the crypto industry in its decision to not bring its Lend product to the market.