Marie Huillet

Marie Huillet is an independent filmmaker, with a background in journalism and publishing. Nomadic by nature, she’s lived in five different countries this decade. She’s fascinated by Blockchain technologies’ potential to reshape all aspects of our lives.

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South Korean crypto exchange Gopax has told users if it can’t resolve its banking difficulties before a looming regulatory deadline, it will need to shut down.
DCG-backed Korean exchange faces closure if it can’t find banking partner
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2021-09-17T10:57:41+01:00
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An ESMA report views crypto assets’ volatility in the first half of 2021 as an indication of “possible market exuberance.”
EU regulator sees crypto as sign of increased risk-taking in current climate
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2021-09-16T11:48:56+01:00
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Aussie "buy now, pay later" fintech found that BNPL users are 67% more likely to trade crypto than non-users.
Zip eyes millennials with planned launch of crypto trading in the US next year
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2021-09-14T13:27:26+01:00
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Colombia is investing over $30,000 to develop a gamified app that simulates crypto and stock trading for young learners.
Colombia uses gamification to teach youth about crypto and stock trading
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2021-09-14T11:12:34+01:00
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Brevan Howard also hired former CMT Digital CEO Colleen Sullivan to lead private and venture investments in crypto.
Major UK hedge fund Brevan Howard launches crypto division
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2021-09-13T11:02:33+01:00
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Failure to meet South Korean regulators’ new requirements is expected to wipe out tens of crypto exchange operators.
South Korean crypto exchanges face Sept. 24 deadline to submit licence request
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2021-09-13T10:26:40+01:00
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Nasdaq, alongside Finnhub and Tiingo, will be providing its price feeds to DeFiChain, a DeFi platform built on the Bitcoin network.
Nasdaq to provide price feeds for tokenized stock trades on DeFiChain
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2021-09-10T12:30:04+01:00
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In comments at a Swedish banking conference, Sveriges Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves warned that private money “usually collapses sooner or later.”
Trading Bitcoin’s like trading stamps, says Swedish central bank governor
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2021-09-10T10:58:52+01:00
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