Institutions are buying Bitcoin like it’s late 202011 Aug 2021 12:24
The amount of Bitcoin available on derivatives exchanges hits its lowest since May 11 — before the China miner rout took hold. Against a backdrop of institutional interest returning to cryptocurrency instruments such as the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC), figures show that major players have in fact been adding to their BTC holdings throughout the downturn. “Big money has been buying,” analyst William Clemente III commented this week. https://cointelegraph.com/news/institutions-are-buying-bitcoin-like-it-s-late-2020
not that confident in their "research"09 Aug 2021 13:22
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Sidley Austin and McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter filed a breach-of-contract lawsuit Tuesday in New Jersey District Court on behalf of cryptocurrency firm Argo Innovation Labs Inc. The suit pursues claims against Celsius Networks Lending in connection with a cryptocurrency mining services agreement. Counsel have not yet appeared for the defendant. The case is 2:21-cv-09791, Argo Innovation Labs Inc. v. Celsius Networks Lending LLC.
Gensler bullish on Bitcoin’s “potential”04 Aug 2021 19:11
“A seasoned lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on cryptocurrency, among other topics, Gensler had been welcomed by the industry as a potential catalyst toward favorable regulation by Washington. A speech Tuesday had gone some way to reassuring markets, while Wednesday’s CNBC stint reinforced Gensler’s desire to iron out fraud while allowing investors access to what he called “speculative” assets — Bitcoin and altcoins”