Monday, August 2


AMC, DeFi, Gamestop, Hertz, Markets, MI Exclusive, NFT, SEC

We’re auctioning off stock history as NFTs to participate in the future of finance

Fearless girl stands up to the old way of investing just as Markets Insider explores the future. AP Photo/Mary Altaffer Markets Insider is selling its first NFTs We want to participate in the future of finance that we so often cover, and connect more with our audience Gamestop, Hertz, and AMC are the first three we are auctioning See more stories on Insider's business page. Investing has changed a lot in the past year, and Markets Insider has tracked every twist and turn. We are so far past calling a stockbroker on a telephone and shouting orders on the NYSE floor that even bringing them up as examples can date you.Markets Insider likes to consider itself part of that evolution. We were born only four and a half years ago, and have found success covering the markets for a digital...
cryptocurrency, decentralized finance, DeFi, FP Finance, synthetic shares

Innovation trumping regulation as synthetic Tesla, Apple stocks start trading on the blockchain

Breadcrumb Trail Links News FP Finance Cryptocurrency The anti-establishment ethos of the crypto world is being applied to a rough facsimile of the stock market Author of the article: Bloomberg News Michael P. Regan Synthetic shares join a strange new world of assets such as digital artwork and highlights of NBA games now trading on blockchains. Photo by Getty Images Article content For years, the powers that be on Wall Street have toyed with questions about whether it would be feasible to move the stock market onto a blockchain, the underlying technology behind cryptocurrencies. Advertisement This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content The innovators in the fast-moving world of decentralized finance —...
Crypto Regulation, decentralized finance, DeFi, DeFi regulation, Markets, MI Exclusive, Mike Novogratz

Crypto billionaire Mike Novogratz says DeFi networks need to tighten their security before regulators come knocking

LoadingSomething is loading. Cryptocurrency billionaire Mike Novogratz has said decentralized finance, or DeFi, networks need to tighten their security and "play by the rules" if the industry is to thrive, and that regulators are increasingly focused on the space.Novogratz on Wednesday tweeted some advice for DeFi networks, saying: "Invest in a compliance layer now or pay the piper ...