CB & BlackRock Give Investors Greater Access to Crypto & Meta NFTs [ Crypto Espresso 08.5.22 ]

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• Coinbase and BlackRock to Give Institutional Investors Greater Access to Crypto

“Our institutional clients are increasingly interested in gaining exposure to digital asset markets,” BlackRock says.


• Nomad Bridge Reveals Bounty It’ll Pay to White Hat Hackers After $190M Exploit

The latest figures from Etherscan suggest $22 million has been sent to the official recovery address, but that’s just 11.5% of the funds that are missing.


• Meta Rolling Out NFTs to 100 Countries Worldwide… But Not Europe

This is a significant milestone in bringing crypto collectibles to the masses, and for many who use Instagram, this will likely be the first time they come into contact with NFTs.


• Block’s Gross Profit Surges, But Bitcoin Revenues Plunge 34%

In a letter to shareholders, Block said there’s been declining consumer demand for Bitcoin in recent months.


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