Another exciting week in crypto space is coming to an end. The most important events related to BTC and Co. at a glance.
PayPal is expanding its crypto offering
The payment service provider not only wants to expand its services for BTC, ETH and Co. At the World Economic Forum, Vice President Richard Nash announced that central bank digital currency (CBDC) could also be of interest to PayPal.
eBay sells hockey NFT
eBay reports an NFT drop. Strictly limited editions of hockey player Wayne Gretzky sell like hot cakes. The online marketplace has the exclusive collectibles along with the NFT platform OneOf launched.
Berlin start-up Nuri lays off part of the workforce
The boss of the start-up Nuri announced in an open letter that they would have to lay off some of their employees. According to media reports, every fifth position is to be cut. The step can be attributed to the currently difficult market situation.
Coinbase becomes the first crypto company in the Fortune 500
The renowned list of the largest US companies takes the crypto exchange Coinbase on. Despite rather disappointing quarterly figures for 2022, the exchange enters the Fortune 500 at number 437.
Christine Lagarde’s son invests in BTC and Co.
As ECB President, Christine Lagarde is very critical of cryptocurrencies. In stark contrast to her son: Opposite BNN Bloomberg the 66-year-old explained that he had invested in crypto – against her advice.