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Circle Says Signature Bank to Hold Billions of Dollars in USD Coin Reserve Deposits

Circle, a Fintech in the stablecoin and payments sector, says it has partnered with Signature Bank (Nasdaq: SBNY), a New York-based, full-service commercial bank to hold billions of dollars in reserve deposits related to USD Coin (USDC). Circle states that the two companies are committed to… Read More

Arca Partners with Signature Bank to Enable Clients to Purchase ArCoin

Arca Labs, part of Arca – a digital assets investment firm, has revealed an agreement with Signature Bank (NASDAQ:SBNY) that enables Signature Bank clients with access to the bank’s Signet digital payment platform, to initiate purchases of shares of the Arca US Treasury Fund (ArCoin)… Read More

New York’s Crypto Friendly Signature Bank Reveals $8 Billion in Deposit Growth this Quarter, with 2.5% of them from Blockchain Firms

New York-based Signature Bank (Nasdaq: SBNY), a cryptocurrency-friendly commercial bank with around $50 billion in total assets, has reported consistent and steady growth this quarter. According to the bank’s recent earnings call, it has achieved around $8 billion in deposit growth. Approximately 2.5% of these… Read More

Signature Bank Debuts Digital Payments Platform on the Fireblocks Network

Signature Bank (Nasdaq: SBNY), a U.S.-based full-service commercial bank, announced on Tuesday the launch and integration of the full functionality of its proprietary, blockchain-based digital payments platform, Signet, with Fireblocks, an enterprise-grade platform delivering a secure infrastructure for moving, storing and issuing digital assets. Effective immediately, Signature… Read More

Cryptocurrency-friendly Signature Bank Reports 30% Decline in Net Income during Q1 2020 Due to Coronavirus Outbreak

New York-based Signature Bank, a cryptocurrency-friendly commercial bank with around $50 billion in total assets, has reportedly experienced a 30% drop in its total income during Q1 2020, when compared to the same time period last year. This could be due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)… Read More

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