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Uniswap’s monthly trade volume exceeded Coinbase’s in September

Uniswap’s monthly trade volume exceeded Coinbase’s in September

Market data collected by The Block Research shows that, for the first time, Uniswap’s monthly trade volume exceeded that of crypto exchange Coinbase.  During September, Uniswap saw approximately $15.4 billion in volume — making up 65% of the total reported by DEXs for that month, which was $23.5 billion. By comparison, Coinbase reported $13.6 billion …

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Banks-owned blockchain trade finance startup We.trade cuts 50% of its staff

Banks-owned blockchain trade finance startup We.trade cuts 50% of its staff

We.trade, the blockchain-based trade finance startup jointly owned by 12 European banks, has reportedly laid off around 50% of its staff, representing more than 12 employees. Global Trade Review (GTR) reported the news on Wednesday, citing “several sources familiar with the situation.” David McLoughlin, head of commercialization at We.trade, confirmed layoffs, without disclosing a specific …

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First Mover: Bitcoin Recouples With Wall Street as Stocks Tumble, Fear Trade Returns

First Mover: Bitcoin Recouples With Wall Street as Stocks Tumble, Fear Trade Returns

In a redux of trading from the early days of the coronavirus crisis in March, bitcoin tumbled Thursday in tandem with a sell-off on Wall Street – rekindling an ongoing debate over the cryptocurrency’s use as a store of value. Prices for bitcoin fell 6.37% to about $9,100, as the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index …

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