American Express and Abra are launching a new credit card that will allow shoppers to earn cryptocurrency rewards “tradable across over 100 different cryptocurrencies” without annual or foreign transaction fees.
American Express and Abra Launching Crypto Rewards Credit Card
American Express (Amex) and crypto trading platform and wallet provider Abra announced the AmericanBitcoinCardCreditCryptoCryptocurrenciesEarnExpressFeaturedletsNewsRewardsShopperstradable Read More
Binance will use its BUSD stablecoin to price the tradable stock token. Binance, the largest cryptocurrency exchange globally by volume, has launched zero commission and tradable stock tokens. According to a blog post by the company, Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) shares will be the first to be tokenized. BeginningBinanceLaunchesSharesStockTeslaTokenstradable Read More
With the launch of a new blockchain – Stacks 2.0 – earlier next year, Blockstack PBC’s cryptocurrency Stacks token (STX) could be available to investors in the U.S. once it is no longer considered a security under U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations, according to public documents.Blockstack, a decentralized BlockchainBlockstacksLaunchStacksTokenstradable Read More
Stablecoin pioneer Uphold is claiming to have launched the first tradable retail carbon token.The Universal Protocol Alliance, a coalition of blockchain companies led by Uphold and including Bittrex Global, Ledger, Certik and Infinigold, announced the Universal Carbon (UPCO2) token Tuesday. Each blockchain-based UPCO2 token represents a certified measure of carbon dioxide. BlockchainCarbonCoalitionCreditLaunchesTokentradable Read More
China Construction Bank clarified that it doesn’t work with Bitcoin or any other cryptocurrency. However, it will accept bond deposits made in Bitcoin.One of the world’s largest bank by market capitalization, China Construction Bank Corp (HKG: 939), has partnered with a Hong Kong-based fintech to issue blockchain-powered offshore bonds that BankBitcoinBondsChinaConstructionIssueOffshoretradable Read More
China Construction Bank (CCB) has tapped Hong Kong-based digital asset exchange Fusang for the issuance of $3 billion-worth of debt securities over a blockchain.According to a Wednesday report by the South China Morning Post, tokenized bond certificates will be issued through the state-owned bank’s Labuan, Malaysia, branch over a period 3BBankBiggestBitcoinBondsIssuetradableWorlds Read More