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DeFi growth helps push crypto’s share of the global money supply above 2%

This year decentralized finance (DeFi) has proven to be a transformative sector for the cryptocurrency ecosystem and it is also making waves in among global financial markets as institutional investors become entranced with the potential to earn high yields on stablecoins, altcoins and Bitcoin. While the price action from Dogecoin (DOGE)

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Institutions Can Now Earn +25% APY On Bitcoin With Cross-chain Money Market

HARD Protocol Version 2 introduces significant changes and enhancements to the HARD cross-chain money market. Catering to the needs of institutional players will take DeFi to the next level of mainstream adoption. HARD Protocol is a decentralized money market built on the Kava platform and enables lending and borrowing of cross-chain

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Russia’s money laundering watchdog monitoring crypto to ruble transactions

Russia’s Federal Financial Monitoring Service, or Rosfinmonitoring — the country’s Anti-Money Laundering body — is policing crypto to fiat transactions.The federal executive body responsible for AML oversight made this known while addressing the members of parliament on Tuesday, according to a report by Russian news agency Regnum.In a meeting with

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Beyond Bitcoin? Little known project jumps 116% on €2.75M EU ‘new money’ grant

A little-known blockchain project more than doubled in value overnight following the announcement of its involvement in a European Union digital economy research program. The spot price for the Ethereum-based Streamr (DATA) token increased 116% leading into Feb. 12, after it was revealed the project would be used as part of

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Biden rejects Bitcoin-sized COVID-19 rescue plan as money printers prime for action

United States President Joe Biden has rejected a Republican proposal for a COVID-19 relief bill that would have seen $618 billion allocated to struggling American households and businesses. Biden and newly appointed Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen, dismissed the sum — just under the size of Bitcoin’s entire market capitalization —

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