Thursday, August 18, 2022

AEXLAB launches its first NFT drop as part of a major blockchain push

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AEXLAB is preparing to launch its first NFT series as it looks to plant its flag in the blockchain ecosystem. The Start Engine crowdfunding campaign successfully reached over $1 million.

Peregrine Corporation to allow crypto payments to its retail customers

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Peregrine Corporation, a private company group owned by the Shahin family, will work with Crypto.com to enable its clients to pay with crypto across all its retail operations in Australia. DataMesh Group, a tech and payments firm, is enabling this partnership via Crypto.com as a payment acceptance type across Peregrine Corporation’s in-store point of sale terminals. 

A new economic environment calls for new investment strategy for women

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A new federal Gov't, a pandemic, a war and tough trading markets, has prompted women to investigate something new for their investment portfolio. According to a survey by Fidelity, despite lacking confidence in their investment techniques, 20% of women have decided these conditions need a new strategy to help them achieve options for their future they desire.

Cryptocurrency app Bamboo’s case study of millenial, Jesse Coghlan

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Spending his days enjoying the beautiful beaches of Sydney, completing Jiu Jitsu training and working in marketing, 25-year-old Jesse Coghlan strikes you as your average Aussie millennial.

Infinity Ventures Crypto has closed its inaugural fundraise at $70 million

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Infinity Ventures Crypto (IVC) has closed its inaugural fund capped at $70 million to jumpstart and accelerate the growth of global GameFi, DeFi and Web 3 innovations. As Asia’s most active fund targeting the region’s booming crypto currency industry, IVC is participated by heavyweights such as Circle, Digital Currency Group, and Animoca Brands.

Bittrex Global’s IEO platform starting block gears up for YellowHeart debut

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Bittrex Global, a digital asset exchange, welcomes the YellowHeart Protocol, an NFT platform poised to disrupt the ticketing and music industries, to its Initial Exchange Offering (IEO) platform, Bittrex Global Starting Block. By using blockchain technologies, the YellowHeart Protocol is transforming what tickets can do and how they are created, sold and resold. Through the protocol, tickets are now offered as non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and enhanced with new capabilities enabled by the HRTS (pronounced “Hearts”) utility token. NFT tickets offer music, video, and engaging experiences. They enable artists to communicate with their fans and provide artists and venues with a share of the proceeds any time a ticket is resold.

Community-led FTT DAO raises $7 million donated by FTX token fans

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FTT DAO, a community-led ecosystem DAO, received 250,000 $FTT, worth about $7m, in community donations to kick start its activities. A number of community contributors took part in the donation to help grow FTT DAO. Through this donation, which will be used as an ecosystem fund, FTT DAO plans to support upcoming community-led projects across areas like crypto education, decentralized finance and effective altruism for the FTT community.

World’s largest crypto exchange platform launches in Australia

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To trade using Binance Australia, users need to complete a simple and quick identity verification process which will allow them to deposit AUD directly from their bank accounts using PayID with no fees attached.

Aussie crypto owners likely to switch banks to those offering crypto assets

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Visa, the global leader in digital payments has unveiled findings from their new research which is showing that the case for crypto is getting stronger for financial institutions.

Chainalysis launches sanctions screening tools for the crypto industry

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Chainalysis, the blockchain data platform, announced the accelerated launch of two sanctions screening tools – an on-chain oracle available today and an API expected to launch next month – for the cryptocurrency industry free of charge. As countries around the world continue to leverage economic sanctions in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, decentralised web3 groups like DEXs, DeFi platforms, DAOs, and DApp developers are searching for lightweight tools to help them and their customers comply with sanctions policies.