Six-year-old blockchain payments firm Circle announced on Dec. 17 that it has sold its Circle Trade over the counter (OTC) desk to the Kraken cryptocurrency exchange. The firm also said in addition to co-CEO Sean Neville—whose departure was announced on Dec. 4—CFO Naeem Ishaq and Chief Legal Officer Gus Coldebella were “transitioning from the company into new adventures befitting their expertise.”
Cryptocurrency Exchange Poloniex is delisting DigiByte's DGB token after its CTO, Jared Tate, went on a Twitter rant. His target, Tron CEO Justin Sun, first denied and then admitted to being part-owner of Poloniex recently.
It seems the New York Attorney General is not the only person accusing sister companies Bitfinex and Tether of breaking the law. A paper accusing the companies of market manipulation designed to boost the price of Bitcoin will be published soon.
The world’s largest exchange announced on August 26 that customers can earn annualized interest rates of up to 15% by making short-term loans to its margin traders for leveraged investments. Initially limited to one period of 42 hours beginning on August 28, the firm will open up Binance Lending opportunities on a first-come, first served basis. The 14-day fixed interest loans of ethereum classic (ETC), tether (USDt), and binance coin (BNB) are also fairly limited.