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Crypto Lender BlockFi Removes Minimums and Fees for Crypto Interest Account

Cryptoasset-to-USD lender BlockFi announced on Friday it has removed minimums and fees for its BlockFi Interest Account (BIA). According to BlockFi, BIA clients will no longer have to meet a minimum deposit amount in their Bitcoin, Ether, or GUSD balances in order to earn interest…. Read More

Crypto Lender BlockFi Secures $18.3 Million Through Series A Funding Round Led By Valar Ventures

Cryptoasset-to-USD lender BlockFi announced on Tuesday it secured $18.3 million through its Series A funding round, which was led by Valar Ventures with participation from Winklevoss Capital, Galaxy Digital, ConsenSys Ventures, Akuna Capital, Avon Ventures, Susquehanna, CMT Digital, Morgan Creek, and PJC.  As previously reported, BlockFi… Read More

BlockFi’s Interest Account Goes Live; Now Offering 6.2% Compounding Interest to Crypto Holders

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Cryptoasset-to-USD lender BlockFi announced on Monday the launch of its new program, BlockFi Interest Account (BIA). According to BlockFi, BIA allows users to securely store their Bitcoin or Ether on the BlockFi platform and receive 6% annual interest, paid monthly in cryptocurrency. It was revealed:… Read More

Crypto Lender BlockFi Welcomes Coinbase Ventures & Able Partners to List of Investors

Cryptoasset-to-USD lender BlockFi announced on Tuesday it has added Coinbase Ventures and Able Partners to its list of investors. This news comes just a little over a month after BlockFi secured $4 million in convertible debt investments led by Akuna Capital with participation from Susquehanna Government Products, LLLP,… Read More

Crypto Lender BlockFi Secures $4 Million in Convertible Debt Investments Led By Akuna Capital

Cryptoasset-to-USD lender BlockFi announced on Wednesday it secured $4 million in convertible debt investments led by Akuna Capital with participation from Susquehanna Government Products, LLLP, CMT Digital, Recruit Strategic Partners, Galaxy Digital Ventures, Morgan Creek Digital and Devonshire Investors, the private equity group affiliated with FMR LLC, the parent… Read More

BlockFi Moves into California: Now Issuing Cryptoasset-Backed Loans in Nearly 45 States

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On Monday, cryptoasset-to-USD lender BlockFi announced it is now serving customers in the state of California. The company reported that this California launch markets the expansion of its lending footprint to nearly 45 states. Founded in 2017, BlockFi describes itself as a secured non-bank lender that… Read More

Big Raise: BlockFi Crypto to Dollar Lending Platform Gets $52.5 Million in Backing

BlockFi is taking the more routine world of online lending and sprucing it up with a cryptocurrency to US dollar lending platform. Today, the digital asset lender has announced a solid $52.5 million investment to expand its operation further into the crypto realm. BlockFi is sharing… Read More

Why Borrow Against Your Cryptoasset Holdings?

I think we can all agree that, nowadays, cryptocurrencies are never far from the news. From huge surges in value to alleged overnight crashes, Bitcoin billionaires to the rapid rise of Ether, every day seems to bring another story. As someone who works in the… Read More

Crypto News: Rene van Kesteren Joins Team BlockFi from BOA

What began as an advising board position developed into job opportunity for former BOA Merrill Lynch Managing Director of Equity Markets Rene van Kesteren, who joined BlockFi as its new Chief Risk Officer. BlockFi, based in New York City, serves crypto investors by offering USD loans… Read More

Secured Lender BlockFi Secures $1.55M Funding to Build Cryptoasset Ecosystem

BlockFi, a New York-based non-bank lender that offers USD loans to cryptoasset owners, announced a $1.55 million raise from ConsenSys Ventures, Kenetic Capital, PJC, SoFi,  Purple Arch Ventures and Lumenary. The new capital injection will be used to bridge the gap between traditional debt capital markets and… Read More

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