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11 Jan: Weekly Roundup – Grayscale | Stablecoins | Investor Interest

Investors had a lot to say about digital assets over the past seven days, given bitcoin’s incredible all-time high.

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04 Jan: Weekly Roundup – Happy New Year Edition

Only four days into the year and bitcoin has been on a tear and reached another all-time high.

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31 Dec: 2020 Year End Review

Our Chief Growth Officer, Ben Sebley, joined the Crypto Fund Report team to chew over the past year in crypto.

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21 Dec: ATB: The Bellringer Vol. 7: Accepting Crypto: Challenges & Alternatives to Traditional Finance

BCB’s Chief Growth Officer Ben Sebley, on the latest episode of The Bellringer, a series of conversations with industry experts and thought leaders.

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14 Dec: Weekly Roundup – Crypto Banks Coming | MassMutual’s BTC Buy | Crypto Funds’ Record Inflows

The amount of crypto news this past week has been incredible, from Congress, Wells Fargo including bitcoin in its investment report to MassMutual buying $100m bitcoin and more.

07 Dec: Weekly Roundup – NYDIG Crypto Fund | BTC Bullish Outlook Headlines & ATH

The theme of last week seems to have been institutional asset management, with Paul Tudor Jones, BlackRock, AllianceBernstein and The Guggenheim Fund all making the headlines with their bullish outlooks on bitcoin.

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01 Dec: Guest Blog: Crypto and proposals for new European Regulation

Following the EU’s publication of its proposed MiCA, here are the key points, what regulation will entail and the likely impact of Brexit

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30 Nov: Weekly roundup – Guggenheim Fund | VanEck ETN | Facebook’s Libra to launch Stablecoin

Despite the Thanksgiving holiday, it’s been anything but a quiet week, with plenty happening in crypto

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24 Nov: Finance Magnates Summit 2020 – Payments Panel

BCB Group’s Ben Sebley joins the panel to take stock of the near and far future of payments