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Bitcoin declined after reaching the highest levels since mid-June on Saturday amid optimism that the market may have recovered from its worst levels.
The largest cryptocurrency dropped as much as 3.6% to $22,958 on Monday after breaking above $24,000 over the weekend, its highest since mid-June. Its 27% gain in July made for the best month since October.
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Switzerland, home to a banking and finance system that is traditionally best known for holding old money and guarding client confidentiality, has taken several giant steps in recent years to open its financial markets to the cryptocurrency and digital securities industry.
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Cryptocurrency hedge fund Tyr Capital has appointed Olivier Trombert as CEO. The residing CEO, Nick Norris, will take over the operational side of the business as Chief Operating Officer (COO), following the launch of Tyr Capital’s new venture fund last month.
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Bitcoin surged on Wednesday after President Joe Biden signed an executive order that requires U.S. government agencies to assess benefits and risks of creating a central bank digital dollar and other cryptocurrency issues.
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The year of crypto, as 2021 was called, produced a litany of record-breaking figures for bitcoin (BTC) and the wider altcoin market. Trading figures surpassed expectations, decentralised finance (DeFi) came to the fore, Tether became ground-zero for the regulation debate and major scams like Squid Game Token garnered mainstream coverage.
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Tyr Capital Venture SP is a discretionary hybrid venture capital fund offering investors exposure to long term returns across a portfolio of liquid tokens and illiquid digital assets (early-stage tokens and multi-stage venture capital equity) with a liquidity horizon of one to three years.
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Bitcoin’s notorious weekend volatility is paying dividends Tuesday for investors in the largest cryptocurrency, which is outperforming U.S. equities for a change amid the uncertainty surrounding the turmoil in Ukraine.
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Bitcoin hit its highest in two weeks on Saturday, extending the previous session’s strong gains as cryptocurrencies basked in a recovery in risk appetite and a rally in stock markets.
During the brutal cryptocurrency selloff last month, volumes also tumbled — a development that doesn’t bode well for exchanges that trade the digital tokens. Total spot volume slumped to $1.8 trillion in January, a decline of more than 30% from the previous month, according to a report from CryptoCompare. That was the lowest turnover since the end… Continue reading Crypto Trading Volume Slows, Boding Ill for Exchanges