Highlighting what went right, and what went wrong, in this week’s crypto news analysis.
The biggest news of the week might be considered by some to be non-news: JPM released an internal payment system. Noteworthy perhaps only because of CEO Jamie Dimon’s famous antipathy for bitcoin.
But there were certainly other more newsworthy events last week as well. The Nasdaq announced the imminent release of two new crypto indexes, Bitcoin Liquid and Ethereum Liquid. The world of crypto M&A continues, with Canada’s Coinsquare purchasing the Stellar X exchange for an undisclosed sum.
And speaking of Canada, the much maligned Quadriga CX firm has been granted a stay to their bankruptcy proceedings while they try to get to the bottom of where the exchange’s reserve fund seeds are held. Maybe they should have used a distributed key system, like a responsible custodian….
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