174. News: Is Reddit part of the key to making crypto mainstream?
EL. EF. GEE. Today we bring you: UK Minister proposes measures to regulate crypto ads and ban unauthorised providers, Reddit now has more NFT wallets than the OpenSea Marketplace, and Blockchain.com Visa Card, powered by Marqeta, debuts with 50,000 sign-ups at launch. All this and much more on today's Blockchain Insider!
gm. Mauricio Magaldi and Cuy Sheffield are back this week to talk about the latest and greatest news in the world of crypto, including:
- UK Minister Proposes Measures to Regulate Crypto Ads, Ban Unauthorised Providers 1:52
- Reddit Now Has More NFT Wallets Than the OpenSea Marketplace 11:33
- Blockchain.com Visa Card, Powered by Marqeta, Debuts with 50,000 Sign-Ups at Launch 24:27
- Crypto Exchange FTX Is Working on Creating a Stablecoin: Report 34:43
- Ramp closes $70m Series B fundraise led by Mubadala Capital and Korelya Capital 35:45
We are also joined by some amazing guests:
- Hanan Nor, Program Manager at Outlier Ventures
- Selin Suntay, CEO & Co-Founder at Polarys
Just a quick reminder - nothing we share here is legal, tax or financial advice. Views or opinions expressed by the panel are their own and do not necessarily reflect the view of the entities they are representing.
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Special Guests: Hanan Nor and Selin Suntay.
- UK Minister Proposes Measures to Regulate Crypto Ads, Ban Unauthorised Providers
- Reddit Now Has More NFT Wallets Than the OpenSea Marketplace
- Blockchain.com Visa Card, Powered by Marqeta, Debuts with 50,000 Sign-Ups at Launch
- Crypto Exchange FTX Is Working on Creating a Stablecoin: Report
- Ramp closes $70m Series B fundraise led by Mubadala Capital and Korelya Capital