The Coinbase IPO, set to go live on April 14, demonstrates that we are currently at an awkward phase in the digital asset story, caught between two distinct eras.
Coinbase ($COIN) will become a publicly-traded company via a direct listing on the Nasdaq stock exchange on April 14th.
Cipher Mining Technologies Inc. is combining with special purpose acquisition company Good Works Acquisition Corp. to go public in a deal that will value it at about $2 billion.
The South Korean startup bank is said to be experiencing rapid growth from its services, which senior executives think could see the bank turning a profit in 2022.
Iris Energy has raised its funding round target to AU$40 million, equivalent to US$31 million, up from an original target of AU$20 million.
German miner Northern Data is working with Swiss investment bank Credit Suisse on the plans, which would see the firm become the latest major block reward mining operator to go public worldwide.
India’s securities regulator has said firms will be expected to sell off any holdings in digital currency before going public with an IPO.
Coinbase has announced that its ticker symbol will be $COIN. Shares of $COIN are currently trading at $375 in the private market.
Coinbase has announced that it will go public via a direct listing rather than going through the IPO process–find out why in this article.
Over five digital currency companies have expressed interest in going public–experts warn that both equities and digital currency are in a bubble.
The Chinese block reward miner manufacturer is preparing for an imminent initial public offering (IPO) that could see the firm debut on the Nasdaq over the coming weeks, according to reports.