Winklevoss-Owned Bitcoin Exchange ‘Gemini’ Adds Litecoin Trading Pairs

On Friday, October 12, 2018, Gemini announced the addition of Litecoin (LTC) to its trading catalog. Litecoin becomes the fourth cryptocurrency added to the Winklevoss-owned platform. NYSDFS Approval for Litecoin Trading on Gemini Eric Winer, the platform’s VP of Engineering announced the news via a post on the company’s Medium account. According to the announcement, […]

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London Block Exchange Launching Crypto Pound-Backed Stablecoin

The London Block Exchange said they have permission to launch a new virtual currency, the LBXPeg. The stablecoin would be backed by UK Pound Sterling reserves. The London Block Exchange (LBX) is planning to release a new virtual currency pegged to the Pound Sterling. The startup’s CEO Benjamin Dives told Business Insider the first “cryptopound” would […]

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‘Full Circle’: Goldman Sachs Backed Startup Launches Stablecoin Cryptocurrency

On September 26th, Circle announced the release its new stablecoin USD Coin (USDC), which will begin trading on Circle’s Poloniex exchange immediately. The new USDC stablecoin will be fully collateralized by USD at a 1:1 ratio. The stablecoin market has been particularly active recently, with several other projects launching in past few months. Circle’s announcement […]

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US Regulators Approve Winklevoss Twins’ Fiat-Backed Stablecoin Gemini Dollar

New York regulators have given the green light to Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss’ first cryptocurrency, a stablecoin attached to their trading platform Gemini. Solving Stablecoin ‘Trust Problems’ As Forbes reports on September 10, the token, the Gemini Dollar, will have the backing of investment bank State Street, which takes custody of the fiat dollars it is […]

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Here’s the Real Reason Why Coinbase & Gemini Won’t List Ripple (XRP)

Adam James · April 5, 2018 · 9:00 am Ripple has certainly signed no shortage of deals over the past few months. Two deals the company hasn’t been able to sign, however, are with two of the United States’ largest cryptocurrency exchanges — Gemini and Coinbase. Too Risky Ripple may be making friends all over […]

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