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Welcome to this week’s roundup, where we delve into the latest developments in the Forex, Fintech, and cryptocurrency markets. Stay ahead of the curve with our comprehensive overview of the week’s most impactful events and trends across these dynamic sectors.
Canada-based prop trading firm Lark Funding announced it will once again welcome clients from the United States.
Cboe’s institutional spot FX platform, known as Cboe Spot, today announced its trading volume for the month ending February 2024, which took a step back after a strong rebound in December.
Melbourne-based broker ThinkMarkets has secured a license from the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) after it has already incorporated its new subsidiary in the Dubai International Financial Center (DIFC).
Horizen is forging a new path for the future of blockchain with its New Horizen initiative, which is building a modular Proof Verification layer that’s dedicated to verifying cryptographic proofs for any settlement layer, beginning with Ethereum.
Karma3 Labs Raises a $4.5M Seed Round Led By Galaxy and IDEO CoLab to Build OpenRank, a Decentralized Reputation Protocol
Using OpenRank, developers and web3 companies can build consumer apps where people can discover, use, fund, read, or buy something on-chain without worrying about getting spammed or scammed.
Worldcoin’s (WLD) token dropped following news of a lawsuit against related company OpenAI. The lawsuit was filed by Elon Musk and accused OpenAI and CEO Sam Altman of breach of contract.
Exegy has incorporated intraday signals into its AI-powered iceberg order detection tool, Liquidity Lamp. By adding intraday data to a baseline mean reversion strategy, Exegy’s model outperformed the baseline by 10.5% and the S&P 500 (SPY) by 31.8%, respectively in the out-of-sample testing.
In an absolutely shocking turn of events that nobody could have possibly seen coming, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has bravely stepped forward to reveal that, yes, those videos of Elon Musk passionately endorsing a cryptocurrency exchange are as fake as a three-dollar bill.