Welcome to this week's episode of This Week in Blockchain!
Each week your host, Conor Svensson, founder and CEO of Web3 Labs, will provide a rundown of the major events that took place in the blockchain industry that are relevant to business during the past week.
Make 'This Week in Blockchain' part of your weekly routine, it’s a great opportunity for you to catch up with the latest trending blockchain events in one place.
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Overview and links to all events mentioned in episode #5 -
- Visa to add Bitcoin payment support to 70 million merchants
- Volumes of crypto trading in South Korea have overtaken regular trading
- Grayscale Investments launches five new investment trusts
- Morgan Stanley becomes the first big U.S. bank to offer clients access to bitcoin funds
- J.P. Morgan is exploring bitcoin and cryptocurrency clearinghouse options
- Coinbase files revised S1 form to float about 115 million shares in the market
- Kraken crypto exchange plans to go public next year via a direct listing
- Crypto friendly trading platform eToro to go public via SPAC merger
- Owners of the Fiat New 500 car will earn KiriCoins for "sustainable" driving
- Meitu Buys More Bitcoin and Ether, Bringing Total Holdings to $90M
- Messaging platform Signal is now accepting crypto donations
- Cardano added to Bloomberg Terminal and Coinbase Pro
- Several miners are protesting against EIP 1559
- PancakeSwap and Cream Finance hit with simultaneous domain attacks
- SushiSwap launches on Avalanche
- OpenSea has raised a series A of $23m
- Crypto Market Cap
- Assets Locked in DeFi
- NFT volumes
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