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Editorial 7 March 2019
Starbucks may not be embracing crypto after all, but there is an alternative
New reports have surfaced that Starbucks is ready to begin accepting cryptocurrencies, but those rumors have been squashed as quickly as they made their appearance. Fortunately, there is a solution, and it is available through the original Bitcoin, Bitcoin SV.
Business 5 March 2019
New institutional exchange hopes to take on the heavyweights
U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchange LGO Markets targeting institutional investors is planning on making its entrance into the space this month and will begin spot trading in Bitcoin Core (BTC) as of March 11.
Business 12 February 2019
Scam alert: Fraudsters seek to raise money by impersonating Bakkt
Fraudsters have developed a website that claims to be raising money for the development of Bakkt.
Business 23 January 2019
Bakkt may be moving forward, announces hiring spree
The crypto trading platform Bakkt has already been forced to delay its launch because the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) hasn’t found time to approve its application to act as a custodial solution.
Business 15 January 2019
Bakkt acquires assets of futures merchant
Bakkt, the cryptocurrency trading platform expected to be introduced by Intercontinental Exchange, is potentially facing delays that might postpone, once again, the launch of its services.
Business 2 January 2019
Bakkt completes first round of funding, raising $182M
Bakkt has announced it has completed its first round of capital fundraising, raising $182.5 million from 12 groups.
Business 22 November 2018
ICE to delay launch of Bakkt futures products
The initial launch of a new trading platform for Bitcoin Core futures trading of Bakkt on December 12, appears to be move until next year.
Business 24 October 2018
Bakkt crypto trading platform to go live in December
The cryptocurrency trading platform Bakkt is set to go live, a collaborative effort involving ICE, Starbucks and Microsoft, has a target date of December 12.
Business 26 September 2018
Bakkt platform’s first offering? Physical crypto futures
Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), the company behind the New York Stock Exchange and startup crypto platform Bakkt, has announced its first product for the Bakkt platform—physical crypto futures.
Editorial 24 August 2018
Wall Street is coming for your crypto
The sixth installment in a weekly column, A Power of Facing examines the financialization of cryptocurrency and what that means with giants such as ICE and its Bakkt project entering the ecosystem.
Business 22 August 2018
Bakkt’s crypto platform to set new standards for market, CEO says
Bakkt is a joint project between International Exchange (ICE), which operates the New York Stock Exchange, and several big name companies including Starbucks, BCG and Microsoft.
Business 6 August 2018
No, Starbucks is not accepting Bitcoin for coffee purchases
Coffee retailer Starbucks clarified that it would not be accepting cryptocurrencies as payment for coffee and croissants purchases. At least, not yet.