Bakkt has launched Bakkt App, a mobile app that lets users buy crypto and exchange digital assets like loyalty points and gift cards.
The agency said the license would now enable Bakkt to support customers in New York in buying and selling digital currencies and other digital assets.
Over five digital currency companies have expressed interest in going public–experts warn that both equities and digital currency are in a bubble.
Bakkt has confirmed that they will go public by merging with the blank-check company VPC Impact Acquisition Holdings ($VIH) in Q2 2021.
Bakkt, the digital currency service provider, is looking to merge with the blank check company $VIH to become publicly traded on a US stock exchange.
Former Bakkt CEO Kelly Loeffler will be part of the legislative committee that oversees the financial regulator.
Let’s take a look at a few memorable moments that took place in the blockchain and cryptocurrency news space in 2019.
Kelly Loeffler was suggested as a replacement for retiring Georgia Senator Johnny Isakson and, in a move that surprised many, has now been chosen by Governor Collins.
Across the globe, a great deal of attention is being placed on the ecosystems from everyday people to the highest levels of government.
While a December 9 date for the launch is set, the consumer app and merchant portal is expected to be completely operational sometime within the first half of 2020.
Bakkt offered by the Intercontinental Exchange is now live and all eyes will be watching to see if it turns out to be the game-changer that is expected.