New York

New York AG: “You Either Play by The…

New York Attorney General Letitia James has warned New Yorkers of the “extreme risk” posed by cryptocurrencies and urged “extreme caution when investing in virtual currencies". An additional alert was issued toward industry members, reminding…

Goldman Sachs Re-Enters Crypto Arena

Goldman Sachs is relaunching its cryptocurrency trading desk in mid-March 2021 after a three-year hiatus due to regulatory concerns. A source familiar with the matter told Reuters the investment bank also plans to once again…

Exclusive Interview: Arthur Azizov, CEO and Founder of…

Arthur founded B2Broker in 2014 with the goal of providing leading liquidity and technology solutions for the crypto and FX industries with an emphasis on ready-to-use solutions for brokers, exchanges, hedge funds and asset managers.…

London

Avaloq Snatches Doug McCourt from IBM

Avaloq has appointed Doug McCourt as Head of Key Account Management UK, based in London, and reporting to Jonathan Davis, UK Managing Director. The 25-year sales and business development veteran will be responsible for developing…

SEC

SEC Fights Off 15 ‘Meme Stocks’ for Questionable…

The Securities and Exchange Commission has suspended trading in the securities of 15 companies as part of its ongoing battle against "questionable trading" related to social media trading. The regulator has recently identified nearly two…

Robinhood Crypto boasts 6 million new customers in…

Robinhood, the US-based neo broker which has been under fire amid the GameStop trading frenzy in late January, is celebrating a massive adoption of cryptocurrency trading on its specialized platform, Robinhood Crypto. Robinhood Crypto was…

TetherFeatured

Tether Market Cap Soars Despite New York Ban

Tether, the largest stablecoin by market capitalization, has crossed the US$35 billion mark. The company claims USDT is rallying amid growing institutional and corporate demand, but the stablecoin is usually most bought when cryptocurrency holders…

National Australia Bank

Legacy Systems Don’t Come Cheap: NAB Sued for…

The Australian Securities and Exchange Commission has charged National Australia Bank (NAB) with unconscionable conduct and misrepresentations over account fees which occurred between 2015 and 2019. ASIC alleged that NAB charged fees to 4,874 personal…