Nasdaq introduced the AI-powered order type "Dynamic M-ELO," which was approved by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to enhance trading efficiency, liquidity, and execution quality while addressing AI regulatory concerns.
CEO Adena Friedman says it’s not the right time, citing the “shifting business and regulatory environment,” although Nasdaq will continue to support the industry.
While the new filings may be seen as a hopeful sign of a spot BTC ETF possibly gaining an approval, a start remark from the SEC says otherwise.
Bitdeer, whose chairman Wu Jihan founded ASIC maker Bitmain, has made its debut on Nasdaq following a deal valued at $4 billion, joining fellow miners Riot and Marathon.
The head of Nasdaq Digital Assets revealed the stock exchange wants to fill the gap left by 2022’s bankruptcies, starting with custody for BTC and ETH.
Argo received a warning from Nasdaq in December that it would be delisted if its price stayed below the threshold $1 mark as it struggled in the bear market.
NASDAQ has issued a warning to Bitfarms, giving it 180 days to correct its share price, which has been trading below the $1 mark for more than 30 days.
Spot ETFs are repeatedly rejected by the SEC because the spot market for digital assets is highly unregulated, among several other concerns the agency has, such as market manipulation.
Nano Labs was founded by Jianping and Sun Qifeng, former executives of Canaan, which currently produces HTC chips used in mining proof-of-work consensus digital currencies.
In an SEC form 8-K filing Meta revealed that it is changing its public listing ticker on the Nasdaq stock exchange from 'FB' to 'META,' which will take effect on June 9.
On the stage of the BSV Global Blockchain Convention in Dubai, four experts and entrepreneurs came together to discuss the tokenization of assets on the blockchain.