Top News In Fintech And Beyond For June 3, 2022

👉 Top Things To Know In TradeFi:

  • Sterling Trading Tech improved tech
  • BIG, Apex hone investor experiences
  • NEO Exchange is acquired by Cboe
  • Omada has introduced social trading
  • Tasytrade’s JJ Kinahan turning CEO 
  • Gemini eyes cut to workforce by 10%
  • ASX has appointed first female CEO
  • BUX appointed new operations lead
  • B2Broker announces crypto addition
  • Mercari sought METACO for custody

👉 Top Things To Know In Fintech:

  • Consensus ‘22 to happen June 9-12
  • VIX creator eyeing GBTC as an ETF
  • Swarm launches liquid staking token
  • Bexs Pay seals Nubank partnership
  • Kiya.ai launches banking metaverse
  • Sanlo closes $10M Series A funding
  • Stripe allows embedded BNPL option
  • Virginia has teamed up with Vestwell
  • Foxen secures $44M Series A round
  • De Novo EntreBank adds CSI’s core
  • A16z, Coinbase leads back new fund COIN
  • KeyBank expanded banking platform
  • Sovos added Atlanta expansion plan
  • Plaid introduces new advisory board
  • MeasureOne growing into insurance

👉 Interesting Reads:

  • Is Kanye W building a sports agency 
  • Is Jack Welch’s legacy questionable GE
  • ECB traders pricing a half-point hike
  • El Salvador not ready for BTC bonds
  • Chipotle accepts crypto in US stores CMG
  • Saudis give US nod w/oil output hike
  • NFTs to get securities label in a case

Posted In: Fintech

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