Dispatch #24 – 2021 July 23rd, 2021 This week The Dispatch looks at the stablecoin market and the risks posed by a lack of reserve audit at Tether, the largest stablecoin. Additionally, there’s clear evidence of US authorities desire to impose additional oversight of stablecoins, which could well be a positive. It is ironic that […]
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SEC delays Bitcoin ETF but Bitcoin adoption momentum accelerates
Dispatch #14 -2021 May 7th, 2021 The Dispatch starts with SEC delaying the Bitcoin ETF application by Van Eck. Then, we will delve into the accelerating momentum on Bitcoin adoption. Perhaps the most important story is the possibility of multiple banks offering their customers access to Bitcoin with the help of NYDIG. The FT story […]
Morgan Stanley access to bitcoin, crypto’s political clout, US home price rise, Are you late to bitcoin?
Dispatch #9 – 19th March, 2021 The Dispatch is out earlier than usual as it’ll be on holiday next week and won’t publish until my return. Top news this week is the Morgan Stanley announcement that wealth management (WM) clients can invest in bitcoin via three funds. This will most likely lead to the rest […]