Last week, it was revealed by Bakkt CEO Kelly Loeffler at Consensus Invest that one of the reasons Starbucks is involved with the upcoming Bakkt cryptocurrency exchange is due
It's no secret that 2018 has been a difficult year for crypto. However, mainstream financial traders are surprisingly still very interested in crypto markets.
Bakkt isn't concerned with Bitcoin's price, Tether resuming activity on their platform, NASDAQ Bitcoin futures trading plans, Bitcoin as arguably the best performing asset class, and more SEC comments.
Could Bitcoin's recent downward fall be partly due to heightened regulation, coinciding with a launch delay for the Bakkt exchange?
Bakkt platform sees delays, regulatory prevalency, new mining products, Jimmy Song arguing against Craig Wright as Satoshi, and Bitcoin's bear market compared to 2013, all while Bitcoin dumps further.
Today saw an interview with the mother of Ross Ulbricht, Coinbase head trader resignation, Janet Yellen receiving Bitcoin, and Coinbase saying no to an IPO for now.
The price of bitcoin had remained relatively stagnant over the past two months, but investors appear to be quietly gearing up for a bull run, at least according to
Crypto asset prices are down at least 75% across the board for the most part. But strangely enough, institutions and mainstream entities continue to gain interest and involvement.