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Business 24 May 2019
Robinhood opens trading in BSV, other cryptos for New York customers
Investment and banking app Robinhood launches with support for seven cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin SV (BSV), on the platform.
Tech 16 May 2019
BTC-demanding hackers hold Baltimore hostage for second week
The unknown attackers took control of Baltimore City’s systems on May 7, effectively paralyzing the town’s operations.
Business 25 January 2019
New York grants BitLicenses to Robinhood and LibertyX
The New York State Department of Financial Services has announced that both companies will be receiving BitLicenses.
Business 20 December 2018
US bankers up in arms over Robinhood’s checking, savings products
Representatives of two of America’s leading bodies for the banking industry have hit out at Robinhood Financial over their checking and savings accounts, which claim to offer an alternative to mainstream bank accounts.
Business 7 September 2018
Robinhood trading app eyes IPO: report
Robinhood, a cryptocurrency exchange and a stock trading app, is planning to go public, Tech Crunch reported.
Business 6 September 2018
Robinhood adds candlesticks following user demand
Due to insistent users demand, the trading app Robinhood is adding candlestick charts to its platform that help investors better understand how stocks prices move.
Business 13 July 2018
Commission-free Bitcoin Cash trading makes its way to Robinhood Crypto
Robinhood Crypto, the much-hyped crypto trading exchange from Robinhood, has announced support for Bitcoin Cash (BCH), in a move that is being welcomed by the cryptocurrency community.
Business 22 June 2018
Crypto trading app Robinhood eyes US banking license
Robinhood Markets Inc. is reportedly in talks with regulators in the United States to secure a license allowing it to offer a broader range of products, including savings accounts and other traditional banking services.
Business 30 January 2018
Robinhood’s commission-free trading campaign was a blast, but the fine prints are a dud
This begs the question: If you’re not paying, what are they getting out of this?