Breve ma intenso: è stato bello finché è durato…
Amid Bitcoin Uncertainty, ‘the Smart Money Knows That Crypto Is Not Ready’
Cboe to stop listing bitcoin futures as interest in crypto trading cools
“Goldman Sachs said it was opening a Bitcoin trading operation to serve clients. A year later, customer interest has been weak, and the bank has not received regulatory approval to buy and hold actual Bitcoins for customers.”Chi si ricorda Enron? Un buon riassunto: Enron: 90s Inc.
“The parent company of the New York Stock Exchange has been forced to delay the opening of the cryptocurrency exchange it announced last year, and there is still no clear sign of when it will get the approval needed from regulators.”
“The Chicago Board Options Exchange said last month that it was going to stop offering a Bitcoin trading contract that it started with great fanfare in late 2017.”
Qualche tempo fa questo era diventato un argomento di discussione: una clausola in un contratto di assicurazione che avrebbe consentito guadagni illimitati A Farmer Found a Trojan Horse Inside an Insurance Contract. Now He Might Bring Down the Canadian Insurance Industry.
Purtroppo la conclusione (legale) è stata a favore delle assicurazioni: Manulife Prevails in Trojan Horse Case
In questo caso a rimetterci sono state le banche, più spesso sono gli investitori retail
How Almost $300 Million Vanished in a Black Hole for Deals in Asia
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The Man Who Would Take Down McKinsey