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New York City is the largest city in the USA and is also important globally as a financial, political, economic, touristic and cultural center. Along with Tokyo and London, New York is considered to be one of the main centers of the global economy. In terms of Bitcoin, the New York Stock Exchange has recently included a stock market index for Bitcoin (NYXBT) which is the first official index for a cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrencies have a special place in New York, as it is legal to use, easy to get and a lot of Wall Street experts have acknowledged the significance of cryptocurrencies in the economy. Besides this, New York is a place for numerous crypto-related meetings and conferences. Also, there is a New York Coin (NYC) made especially for citizens of New York.
“If any regulatory or technical changes are required in a specific jurisdiction, Celsius will provide clear and timely communication as needed,” said the firm.
Celsius responds to NYAG crackdown on crypto lending platforms
Nexo Financial confirms to be one of the two crypto lending firms to receive the cease and desist order from Attorney General James’ office.
Crypto lender Nexo confirms NYAG order, calls it a ‘mix up’
The regulator "will not hesitate to take whatever actions are necessary against any company that thinks they are above the law," said Letitia James.
NYAG directs 2 crypto firms to shut down, investigates 3 others
Crypto mining’s environmental impact continues to raise concerns with regulators and businesses alike.
New York businesses ask governor to deny permits for crypto mining
Starting Oct. 18, Bakkt’s common stock and warrants will be listed on NYSE under the ticker symbols “BKKT” and “BKKT WS,” respectively.
Crypto finserv firm Bakkt to soon trade publicly on New York Stock Exchange
The listed crypto options providers named by the CFTC include relatively unknown names such as Bitfxprofit, Star FX Pro, Smarter Signals and BinanceFx Trade.
CFTC charges 12 New York crypto options businesses with failing to register
Some mayors of U.S. cities large and small have been pushing for the adoption of cryptocurrencies or otherwise taking a position in favor of digital assets.
Mayoral candidate pledges to make NYC 'most cryptocurrency-friendly city in the nation'