Summary of important breaking news on the morning of the 23rd
Two major European financial companies obtain custody approval in France (attention: ★★★★☆)
CACEIS, an asset management company under the French financial giant Crédit Agricole, and major Spanish bank Santander have acquired a cryptocurrency custody license in France on the 20th of this week. CACEIS has over $5 trillion in assets under custody and over $2.5 trillion in assets under management.
Coinbase New Issue Candidate Announcement (Attention: ★★★★☆)
US Coinbase has announced a candidate for new listing on the 23rd. The targets are VeChain (VET) and VeThor (VTHO), which will be the first stock candidate announcements after the SEC litigation.
Assets added to the roadmap today: VeChain (VET) and VeThor (VTHO)https://t.co/rRB9d3hSr2
—Coinbase Assets (@CoinbaseAssets) June 22, 2023
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Prime Trust suspends fiat currency and virtual currency deposits and withdrawals (Attention: ★★★★☆)
U.S. cryptocurrency custody firm Prime Trust has suspended both fiat and cryptocurrency deposits and withdrawals, following an order from the Nevada Department of Financial Institutions. Stably, a fiat and cryptocurrency service, has announced that it will stop some services for new customers following Prime Trust’s shutdown. Meanwhile, TrueUSD, the issuer of the stablecoin TUSD, has issued a statement that it has no exposure to Prime Trust.
ANNOUNCEMENT: Our regulated custodians, @PrimeTrustCohas temporarily suspended all deposits and withdrawals. More information here: https://t.co/j1B65mP6yY
As Prime Trust continues working to restore normal operations as quickly as possible, we are diligently working on…
— Stably (@Stably_Official) June 22, 2023
PrimeTrust has suspended all deposits of fiat and digital assets. #TrueUSD (#TUSD) is not affected by this situation. We have no exposure to Prime Trust and maintain multiple USD rails for minting and redemption. Rest assured, all your funds are safe with TUSD.
— TrueUSD (@tusdio) June 22, 2023
Bitcoin-related stock ETF listed in the Netherlands (Attention: ★★★☆☆)
An exchange-traded fund (ETF) that invests in stocks of MicroStrategy, several cryptocurrency mining companies, Coinbase and others went public on Euronext Amsterdam on the 22nd.
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Concerned about the effect of the IMF virtual currency ban policy (attention: ★★★☆☆)
The IMF (International Monetary Fund) said in its economic report on the Latin American region on the 22nd that “although some countries have banned cryptocurrencies outright due to the risks, this approach is not viable in the long run. Alternatively, the region could seek greater transparency by recording cryptocurrency transactions in national statistics to address the drivers of demand for cryptocurrencies, such as the unmet needs of its citizens for digital payments. should be focused on,” he said. The IMF has previously warned of the risk of El Salvador making Bitcoin a legal tender.
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