Former President Bill Clinton Set to Keynote Ripple Conference

Former President Bill Clinton Set to Keynote Ripple Conference

Original Author: Kevin O’Brien – Go to Original Source

The annual Swell by Ripple conference invites global leaders from the policy, payments, and technology fields to come together and discuss how blockchain can be used to benefit society at large. According to a tweet from Ripple, former U.S. President Bill Clinton is set to keynote this year’s edition. Ripple noted in a news release

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Coinbase Taps BNY Mellon Vet to Head Global Compliance Efforts

Coinbase Taps BNY Mellon Vet to Head Global Compliance Efforts

Original Author: Josiah Wilmoth – Go to Original Source

Cryptocurrency exchange and brokerage giant Coinbase has poached a BNY Mellon veteran to head the firm’s global compliance efforts as it seeks to ramp up its international operations and expand the range of assets supported on its platforms. The San Francisco-based Coinbase on Tuesday announced that it had appointed Jeff Horowitz as its chief compliance

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OTC is Much Larger Than Bitcoin Exchange Volume: Where Real Whales Trade

OTC is Much Larger Than Bitcoin Exchange Volume: Where Real Whales Trade

Original Author: Joseph Young – Go to Original Source

TABB Group, an international research company, has disclosed in its extensive analytical report that the over-the-counter (OTC) market of bitcoin is significantly larger than the global bitcoin exchange market. OTC Versus Exchanges: Whales Against Retail Traders For many years, the majority of bitcoin analysts predicted billions of dollars to be traded on a regular basis

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