Tagged: Circle Internet Financial

Court Enters Order Authorizing IRS to Serve John Doe Summons on Fintech Circle to Obtain Info on US Taxpayers’ Crypto Transactions

A federal court in the District of Massachusetts recently entered an order that authorizes the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to serve a John Doe summons on Circle Internet Financial Inc., “or its predecessors, subsidiaries, divisions, and affiliates, including Poloniex LLC.” According to a release,… Read More

Fintech Circle Reveals its APIs Now Support ACH Payments and Payouts, Enabling Easy Bank Transfers with USDC Stablecoin

Global Fintech firm Circle has revealed that its APIs now support ACH payments and payouts. Circle explains that ACH support allows clients to provide “seamless” bank transfers to and from USDC, which is a major stablecoin (or digital asset pegged to the US dollar). Circle… Read More

For the First Time Ever, Ethereum Address with 100,000 USDC Stablecoins Gets Blacklisted Following Orders from Law Enforcement

An Ethereum address, for the very first time, with 100,000 USDC stablecoin was recently blacklisted. The transaction, which may be viewed via Etherscan, an Ethereum (ETH) blockchain explorer, confirms that a “blacklist(address investor)” function was initiated on June 16, 2020, by 0x5dB0115f3B72d19cEa34dD697cf412Ff86dc7E1b, which is an… Read More

Major Stablecoin USDC’s Market Cap has Increased by Over $200 Million Since March 1, 2020

The circulating supply for Circle and Coinbase’s stablecoin, called USD Coin (USDC), has increased considerably since the beginning of this month. USDC’s market cap has jumped by about $200 million since March 1, 2020. The US dollar-pegged USDC stablecoin’s market cap presently stands at over… Read More

Report: Circle Internet Financial May Sell SeedInvest, its Crowdfunding Division

Circle Internet Financial is reportedly looking for a buyer for SeedInvest, its crowdfunding division, as the Boston-headquartered crypto firm aims to focus more on its stablecoin business, according to the Block. This is notably Circle’s latest downsizing move, which began in 2019 when the firm… Read More

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