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Bitcoin-Friendly Top US Banking Regulator Aims to Solve Banks’ Problems With Decentralization

The new top banking regulator for the Trump administration sees “huge and great promise” in cryptocurrency. Focusing on decentralized networks, bitcoin, and rewriting existing regulations, he shares his views on cryptocurrency and the creation of the digital dollar.Top US Banking Regulator Is Pro-CryptoBrian Brooks recently became the new acting

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Square Enables Deposit of COVID-19 Stimulus Payment via Bitcoin-Friendly Cash App

Square, a mobile payments platform, recently announced the addition of a new feature that would enable users to deposit their COVID-19 stimulus payment to its bitcoin-friendly Cash App. Square’s Cash App Now Allows COVID-19 Stimulus Package Deposits According to a blog post, Square’s Cash App announced that users eligible for the

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Bitcoin-Friendly Square Obtains Conditional FDIC Merchant Lending License

The U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has granted conditional approval for Square to function as an Industrial Loan Company (ILC). FDIC Grants Square’s Deposit Insurance Application According to a press release issued on Wednesday (March 18, 2020), the FDIC Board approved Square’s deposit insurance application to create a “de novo industrial

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Bitcoin-Friendly Singapore Considers Approving Crypto Derivatives Trading

Singapore has released the consultation paper on the proposed Bitcoin derivatives. Retail investors might not be allowed to trade in the crypto products. The Monetary Authority of Singapore says the move is driven by demand. Singapore’s central bank could soon authorize the trading of derivatives referencing cryptocurrency assets such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.

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What A Bitcoin-Friendly Cornell Prof Thinks Will Propel Crypto Past $1 Trillion

According to one Cornell professor proficient in computer science and an advocate for Bitcoin, Emin Gun Sirer, crypto will be unable to surmount a $1 trillion collective valuation until certain requirements are met. He believes that with industry developments, “crypto winter will end” — eventually.Crypto Needs Scaling, Real Use-Cases, Decentralized

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