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BTCBitcoin $ 57 836 -0.6% $ -3 470
ETHEthereum $ 1 781 -0.2% $ -42
Market Cap-0.4% $ 1 814 529 765 965
DeFi Market Cap-0.2% $ 90 329 648 361
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SCOOP: @krakenfx execs eying going public possibly through a SPAC or IPO possibly sometime next year as online crypto exchange's customer growth ramps up; industry sources expect a raft of crypto SPACs this summer and with that, much more regulatory scrutiny more now @FoxBusiness— Charles Gasparino (@CGasparino) March 16, 2021
U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchange Kraken is considering going public next year through a specialized target mergers and acquisitions (SPAC) company or through an initial public offering (IPO).
So far, no major cryptocurrency exchange has entered the U.S. stock market, but that should change soon thanks to Coinbase's listing.
Such movements will help bring cryptocurrency closer to the mass adoption, gilding the CEOs of companies and squeezing the plastic fiat world.
We wonder who is next?
Banker, bring us some crypto
Investment bank Morgan Stanley, with $4 trillion in assets, becomes the first major U.S. bank to offer its clients access to three bitcoin funds.
Two of the funds on offer come from Galaxy Digital, a fund founded by Mike Novogratz; the third is FS Investments.
Galaxy Bitcoin Fund LP and FS NYDIG Select Fund have minimum investments of $25,000, and Galaxy Institutional Bitcoin Fund LP has $5 million.
Pfft, 25K, that's kind of poor.
That’s all we meant to say.
Root rights for crypto
Major Chinese technology company Meitu bought $21.6 million in BTC and $28.4 million in ETH.
The company said it made the ETH purchase as it seeks to integrate blockchain technology into its applications.
The company currently owns $90 million worth of cryptocurrency. Meitu previously said it plans to invest up to $100 million in cryptocurrencies from its own reserves.
So everyone's into bitcoin, and we're into ETH. But the trend is encouraging.
Maybe it's worth watching and following the giants’ footsteps. They're not Dave Portnoy, by golly...
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