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Fetch.ai Network Onboards 40,000 New Users to its Machine Learning, AI-Powered Network

Fetch-ai Network has reportedly on-boarded 40,000 unique users and claims that it’s rapidly scaling its network usage. Fetch-ai Network’s announcement “comes on the heels of its $150 Million Development fund with MEXC Global and ByBit.” Fetch-ai Network’s unique technology called Autonomous Economic Agents (AEA) which… Read More

MEXC Global Teams Up with Bybit to Establish $150M Fund for Fetch.ai Ecosystem Growth

The digital asset and cryptocurrency trading platform MEXC Global has announced an ecosystem fund of $150 million, along with Bybit, in order to support the ecosystem growth of Fetch.ai, a Cambridge-based AI lab building an open-access “decentralized” machine learning network for smart infrastructure. Known as… Read More

Ontario Securities Commission has Taken Action Against Non-Compliant Global Crypto Trading Platform Bybit

The Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) announced on June 21, 2021 that it has taken action against “non-compliant” international cryptocurrency trading platform, Bybit. The OSC released a Statement of Allegations against Bybit Fintech Limited for “failing to comply with Ontario securities law.” Bybit is incorporated in… Read More

Cryptocurrency Derivatives Platform Bybit Set to Suspend Services to UK Customers

Bybit, a cryptocurrency derivatives exchange, announced on Friday it is set to suspend its services to UK customers in order to comply with the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) ban on cryptocurrency derivatives. Last summer, the FCA published its final rules banning the sale of derivatives… Read More

Compliant Cryptocurrency Derivatives Exchanges Accounted for Only 1% of the Trading Volume of the Sector During Q2 2020 with $21.62 Billion in Reported Volume

The overall performance of the nascent cryptocurrency market during Q2 2020 was not as good as it was when compared to the previous quarter. According to Token Insight, the main reason for the relatively poor performance this past quarter may be attributed to very little… Read More

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