From a new trading desk for institutional investors to the expansion of XRP, here are some of the stories that open up in the world of Crypto.
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Coinbase has launched its new over the counter (OTC) encryption bank for institutional investors.
The platform is a fundamental part of the company's plan to attract 10 billion dollars of the capital of Wall Street sitting on the margins.
It allows investors with deep pockets to make large exchanges at a fixed price, which often happens between an investment bank and its customers. As reported by Cheddar, the trading desk currently offers BTC, ETH, BCH, LTC, ZRX, BAT and ETH.
Ripple and XRP
The McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin is working with Ripple's Blockchain Initiative. You can check the details here.
Read how @UTAustin he is working with @RippleThe University Blockchain Research Initiative to expand the study and interdisciplinary research into #blockchain. https://t.co/DeS2OHEYUU pic.twitter.com/RSQ1Psrv2I
– Ripple (@Ripple) November 28, 2018
Meanwhile, the popular London-based encrypted exchange Skrill has just added XRP to its list of cryptocurrencies available for purchase and sale.
Thanks to everyone who asked for information @Ripple. It's here!
– Skrill (@skrill) November 27, 2018
Ethereum and MakerDAO
More than 1.4% of the total Ethereum offer is now blocked in the smart MakerDAO contracts, according to Long Hash.
MakerDAO is the creator of Dai, which is a decentralized stablecoin linked to the US dollar and used for loans secured by Ether.
Over 1.4 million ETHs are blocked @MakerDAO smart contracts as a guarantee at this time.
This is 1.4% of the total ETH supply.
This number also grows 12% per week and 58% in the last month.
– LongHash (@longhashdata) November 28, 2018
The creators of EOS are making fun of a series of "revolutionary new products" coming to the network. However, requests for a new roadmap do not seem to be met at any time.
We modify our open source code in public, but we treat our inventions in the same way as Apple and other business leaders; we release them when ready.
We have a lot to share and will be coming soon – there is no one more enthusiastic about us to offer our revolutionary new products.
– BrendanBlumer (@BrendanBlumer) November 28, 2018
The Bad Crypto Podcast has just released a new interview with Tron's founder and CEO, Justin Sun.
The interview focuses on the company's plans for creating a new wave of decentralized applications.
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