After the launch of Dtrade, crypto traders now have an exclusive social media platform dedicated to crypto trading activities, to meet needs that popular social media platforms cannot.
On Tuesday morning, Tesla CEO and now crypto influencer, Elon Musk, began a poll on Twitter suggesting that the multi-billion dollar company might be interested in accepting Dogecoin as payments for its cutting edge cars. Or not.
Barely sixteen hours after announcing its decision to offer Bitcoin derivatives to its investors, Goldman Sachs becomes the first American Bank to form a crypto trading team, and the latest to offer crypto-related services.
Multinational investment bank, Citi, is planning to offer crypto services to its clients following a significant “increase in interest” from its customers, and has promised to take time with its planning.
PayPal CEO, Dan Schulman, has attributed its recent success to the decision to offer crypto services on its payments app in October last year.
Following the recent earnings report for the Q1 2021 published on May 5th, PayPal’s CEO, Dan Schulman, commented on the unexpected figures the company posted, and how cryptocurrency inclusion has a lot to do with that surprise.