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What's new on the crypto market? In today's review - the Ontario regulator vs. the Kucoin exchange, the new blockchain of the Magic Eden marketplace, the new Messari tools, the VeChain and Amazon Web Services partnership, and the search for bitcoin on a lost hard drive in the city of Newport. But first things first!
The regulator OSC (Ontario) has included several cryptocurrency businesses in the list of high-risk, because they are not registered to operate in the Canadian province. The list includes: Kucoin, PhenoFX, Crestswiftradecom and FX-BTC Trade.
Marketplace Magic Eden (on Solana) implements support for Ethereum. There are only a few weeks left before the completion of the integration. Launchpad's cross-chain solution will allow NFTs to be issued using Solana or Ethereum. Later 2 more blockchains will be added.
Messari bought the Dove Metrics database. Now the company offers users information about mergers and acquisitions, financing rounds and other investments of thousands of institutions. New tools and data are already available to subscribers.
The VeChain Foundation will work with Amazon Web Services to support and refine the VeCarbon platform. The project will enable companies to track CO2 footprint data to comply with emission regulations.
A Newport resident promises to turn the city into a crypto hub if the authorities allow him to excavate the landfill. On the lost hard drive, according to him, there were about 7.5-8 thousand BTC. If the disk is found, he will invest 10% of the proceeds in the development of the city, install several crypto-ATMs and give 50 euros to each resident of the city.
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