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Chinese Tech Giants Ready Metaverse, NFT Moves Despite Regulatory Scrutiny

China’s tech giants are hopeful of launching metaverse and non-fungible token (NFT) businesses despite suffering a torrid year at the hands of the country’s vehemently anti-crypto government. Heavy-hitters including JD.com and Alibaba have laid out plans that involve metaverse and NFTs, although regulations have forced them to make cosmetic name changes…. Read more →

Robinhood is Working On Crypto Gift Transfers - Report

With the holiday season approaching, US online trading platform Robinhood is reportedly working on a new feature that will allow its customers to send cryptocurrency to other users as a gift. The forthcoming functionality was discovered in parts of the code of a beta version of the company’s iOS app, signalling the platform’s potentially increased focus on crypto in the near future…. Read more →

Visa Doubles Down on Its Crypto Bet, Launches Crypto Consulting Service

Multinational financial services giant Visa is pushing deeper into the booming crypto market, launching crypto advisory services to help clients understand various segments of the crypto industry. In an announcement, the payment network acknowledged that “digital currencies are taking greater hold in the popular consciousness,” which creates the need for trustable advisory services that can help those eager to adopt crypto first understand the ecosystem…. Read more →

Japanese Regulator Eyes Stablecoin, Wallet Provider Regulations in 2022

Japan’s top financial regulator will block firms outside the world of conventional finance from issuing fiat-pegged stablecoins, a leading media outlet has claimed. Per reports in both Japanese and English from Nikkei, the Financial Services Agency (FSA), the government organ that oversees the financial industry and the crypto sector, is looking “to propose legislation in 2022 to restrict [the] issuance of stablecoins to banks and wire transfer companies. Read more →