Wall Street Weekly Digest 📯
📌 At the end of the week: gold went up by $ 8, oil recovered to $ 43, and the S&P 500 continues to decline slowly.
📌 Bitcoin tried three times to went up above $ 11,000, but each time it returned $ 10,800.
📌 IOST informs about the transition to the final stage of platform development for health data management in conjunction with Japan's Pracs.
📌 Finally: ETH Lead Developer Danny Ryan has posted a proposal to trigger a Proof-of-Stak transition.
📌 The Fed left the rate unchanged at 0-0.25% and again expressed concerns about the coronavirus.
📌 The buyer of the American segment of TikTok will be Oracle, which will gain control over the social network in partnership with ByteDance.
📌 Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and the Netherlands spoke for tightening regulation of stablecoins in the EU.
📌 MicroStrategy bought another 16 796 BTC, increasing its investment in bitcoin to $ 425 million.BTC rate today is almost fixed at $ 10 800.
📌 Payment operator ePayments will resume work but will give up cryptocurrencies and oblige all users to go through KYC.
📌 Crypto exchanges: Kraken received a banking license, and Binance launched a crypto map in the EU with cashback at BNB.
📌 Trump again criticized the mail-order vote, saying the results of this presidential election would be impossible to determine.
📌 New York City Court ordered Bitfinex and Tether to submit documents on joint financial transactions to the prosecutor's office.
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