Exchange Inflows Ramp Up As Crypto Investors Clamor To Exit Market

With the crypto market’s decline, there have been a number of things that have changed drastically in the space. Mostly, investors have been rushing to get out of the market before the crash takes more of their funds. What this has led to has been a significant increase in the number of cryptocurrencies that are flowing to exchanges. Most notably have been Bitcoin and Ethereum, whose daily exchange inflows have touched billions of dollars. Billions In Crypto To Exchanges The data for the last 24 hours shows that the amount…

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Bill to ban digital assets as payment passed the first reading in the Russian parliament

A bill that had been introduced a week ago to the State Duma, the lower chamber of Russian Parliament, made a swift passing through first reading. Should it become a law, it would prohibit using “digital financial actives” (DFA) to pay for goods or services.  As reported by local media on Tuesday, the bill, sponsored by the head of the Financial Markets Committee of the State Duma Anatoly Aksakov, passed with a reservation. Albeit the document suggests an obligation for DFA exchange managers to withhold any deals implicating the usage…

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Nearly 70,000 Issued Binance Refugee Crypto Card for Ukrainians

Thousands of Ukrainians have ordered a crypto card issued by the world’s leading digital asset exchange, Binance, for its users from the war-torn country. The card allows people displaced by the ongoing conflict with Russia to make payments and receive financial support. Binance Announces Results From Efforts to Help Ukrainian Refugees Between April 26 and June 10, almost 70,000 people have been issued the Binance Refugee Crypto Card, the largest coin exchange by trading volume unveiled to the crypto news outlet Forklog. The payment product was offered in April to…

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