Advertisement Blockchain unicorn Circle has made a series of strategic moves that all have one theme: to become a dominant force in the world of cryptocurrency. The startup is backed by some of the most influential companies in the sector, and the CEO believes that tokenization is truly the future. Boston-based Circle is not interested
Advertisement One of the world’s most valuable cryptocurrency companies has acquired a crowdfunding platform as it seeks to fulfill its goal of overseeing the “tokenization of everything.” Goldman-Backed Circle Acquires Crowdfunding Startup Circle Internet Financial, a cryptocurrency unicorn with a $3 billion valuation, has inked a deal to acquire SeedInvest, an equity crowdfunding startup that
Ethereum has long been held as the second most valuable cryptocurrency in the global market, but the CEO of Circle has recently gone as as far to say that Ethereum was the primary catalyst to last year’s bull crypto run. Circle’s CEO, A Prominent Ethereum Proponent Speaking with Mellisa Lee of CNBC Fast Money, Jeremy
Advertisement The criteria exchanges employ in making listing decisions is not entirely an exact science. In an effort to offer clarity, Goldman Sachs-backed fintech startup Circle has released details regarding how it decides what to list on its Poloniex exchange. The five broad categories that Circle examines when analyzing the potential of an asset are
Advertisement Get exclusive fiat and cryptocurrency analysis on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Click here now! Jeremy Allaire of Circle, a peer-to-peer payments technology company backed by Goldman Sachs, spoke on the ‘Tokenisation of Everything’ today at MoneyConf in Dublin, the biggest fintech conference in Europe. Allaire clarified for newcomers that the cryptocurrency space
Taking a step towards mainstream financial markets, one of the most valuable cryptocurrency platforms, Circle Internet Financial Ltd., is looking to make moves into the highly regulated realm of U.S. banks and brokerages. Circle Initiate Talks With US Regulators More specifically, Circle plans to obtain a federal banking license to provide more services to customers.
Advertisement Get exclusive analysis and cryptocurrency insights on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Cryptocurrency unicorn Circle is in talks with US regulators about pursuing a federal banking license and registering as a securities exchange. Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire revealed the firm’s plans during a recent interview with Bloomberg, explaining that it hopes to become