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Global shifts in crypto capital are underway. Here’s where the money is going
Digital assets funds have been flowing in waves all over the world since crypto’s inception, writes Amy Yu, CEO of SEBA Bank. Where is crypto capital going now?
Bitcoin Jumps as Traditional Firms Tap Crypto
Bitcoin continues to rally, with analysts citing recent moves by traditional financial firms to tap the crypto market as a bet on the industry. BlackRock has [filed paperwork](https://www.wsj.com/livecoverage/stock-market-today-dow-jones-06-15-2023/card/blackrock-files-for-spot-bitcoin-etf-uXnyhGqVpaPyVtnF0zOC) with the Securities and Exchange Commission for a spot bitcoin exchange-traded fund.
Asia lays out a welcome mat for crypto, while US bars its door
As the US escalates its crackdowns on digital asset companies, it’s also losing its dominance in crypto — to Asia’s advantage, writes Henry Liu of BTSE.
Why lack of diversification is cripping to the crypto market
Small cryptos often rise and fall with BTC and ETH — the market’s two biggest players. The concentration risk is profound, and here's why you should care.
Monthly crypto exchange volume tumbled in May, hitting 32-month low
Although there are a lot of builders in the crypto space, the total money being invested into the crypto market has hit 32-month lows in May. Cryptocurrency monthly exchange volume, which calculates spot market volume across all crypto exchanges, was $439.42 billion in May, down over 27% from $604.88 billion in April, according to data from The Block. Binance, the largest exchange, saw about $218 billion in monthly exchange volume during May, dropping about 26% from $293.83 billion in the prev
Blockchain.com CEO says US default would hit crypto initially
A U.S. government default would trigger an initial pull-back from crypto currencies followed by a "push upward" the CEO of London-based crypto firm Blockchain.com said on Thursday. The U.S. government could fall behind on its bills next month - and even default on its debt - if Congress does not raise a $31.4 trillion cap on government borrowing, a failure that could trigger economic calamity and panic on global financial markets. "On a long horizon, these are probably good for crypto...If the
Bitcoin, Ether, other crypto fall as SEC waves big stick; Dogecoin gains; U.S. equity futures flat
Bitcoin, Ether and most other top 10 non-stablecoin cryptocurrencies dipped Tuesday morning in Asia after the SEC sued crypto exchange Bittrex on Monday.