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  • bitstamp-announces-us-expansion-after-570%-increase-in-customers
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    Bitstamp announces US expansion after 570% increase in customers

    “The potential upside for new retail and institutional investors in the U.S. is astronomical,” said CEO Julian Sawyer. One of the oldest exchanges in the crypto space recently announced that it would be ramping up efforts to reach more users in the United States.In an announcement from Bitstamp today, the crypto exchange said it would… More

  • blockcap-plans-to-have-50k-bitcoin-miners-operational-by-2023
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    Blockcap plans to have 50K Bitcoin miners operational by 2023

    Executive chair and founder Darin Feinstein said the firm plans to make the U.S. a global leader in making blockchain technology mainstream. One of the largest crypto mining firms in North America said that it has acquired an additional 8,000 rigs and has begun mining other cryptocurrencies. In an announcement from Blockcap on Monday, the mining… More

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    Eth2 is neutral infrastructure for our financial future

    Ethereum 2.0 is not a panacea, but its unbiased platform by design and mechanism might solve some of society’s problems. We are in an unprecedented period of social, political and economic turmoil. As the decentralized financial infrastructure powering billions of dollars of value and building thousands of companies grows, we need to recognize instability around… More

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    The crypto FBAR: Implications beyond

    What crypto owners should know if crypto accounts fall within the new Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts regulations. The United States Department of Treasury is again sharpening its sword upon crypto. In January 2021, the Department of Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network issued Notice 2020-2. The Notice states that FinCEN intends to amend its regulations… More

  • nfts-by-mail?-us-postal-service-plans-to-support-postage-tokens
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    NFTs by mail? US Postal Service plans to support postage tokens

    The government agency reported $73.1 billion in revenue from postage and other services in the 2020 fiscal year. The United States Postal Service will soon be stepping into the nonfungible token market. Not to release artwork or music, but rather to help customers purchase postage.In an announcement on Tuesday, communications-as-a-service platform CaseMail said the USPS… More