July 22, 2021

Cryptocurrency Digest Jul 22, 2021: News, Analysis & Opinions

cryptocurrency digest jul 22 2021

⛔️ Alabama (USA) regulator followed New Jersey authorities in accusing BlockFi of selling unregistered securities.

JPMorgan allowed customers to transact in cryptocurrency products.

📄 Global X applied to launch a bitcoin ETF.

🏦 Goldman Sachs surveyed 150 family wealth management firms and found that 15% have already invested in cryptocurrencies and another 45% intend to do so.

💡 Paxos presented information on the assets that provide PAX and criticized USDT and USDC.

👀 Tether said it will audit its stablcoin.

⚠️ The head of the SEC said that tokenized stocks should be regulated like securities.

🚧 FTX bought its shares from Binance.

👀 The media has learned that Stellar intends to buy MoneyGram.

⚠️ British bank NatWest restricted transfers in favor of Binance.

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I became a crypto asset owner in 2014, when the industry was in its infancy. Before that, I was working in the classic US and European stock markets. Since then, I have gained extensive experience in both cryptocurrency investing and day trading. I am happy to share with readers my experience with crypto exchanges, DeFi and NFT instruments. 

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