PayPal customers with verified identities will soon have access to cryptocurrency trading. However, cryptocurrency transactions for PayPal business accounts are not yet supported.
Neuberger Berman’s $164 million commodity fund can invest up to 5% of assets in Bitcoin (BTC) futures and funds, according to an August 20 announcement. The move comes after the company officially entered the crypto game last week.
Dutch club PSV Eindhoven has become the first team in Europe to be fully funded in Bitcoin (BTC). This comes after the club signed an agreement with Dutch cryptocurrency company Anycoin Direct.
A new study shows that Ether (ETH) is more popular than Bitcoin (BTC) in Singapore, a country known for being crypto-friendly.
The total crypto market cap is once again rising above $2 trillion as Bitcoin continues to climb higher and other major coins like Cardano, XRP, and Dogecoin follow suit.
One of South Korea’s largest remittance companies has joined Ripple’s network of institutional payment providers to accelerate payments between the country and Thailand.
Cryptocurrency market is growing day by day with huge trading demand from small investors to many large and wealthy customers. Therefore, the “big guys” in the financial industry will not be able to miss such a potential segment!
According to a Ukrainian government official, a new bill in the country is expected to allow citizens to use cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin as a means of payment, despite not recognizing cryptocurrencies as legal tender.
Argentine soccer legend Lionel Messi has partnered with Ethernity Chain to launch a non-fungible token (NFT) collection called Messiverse, a collection of digital drawings endorsed by Messi himself.
More than half of UK citizens surveyed are willing to use cryptocurrencies as collateral to borrow money, according to research by Coinbase.