08 Aug 202214:20
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Crypto Events Recap, August 6-8

Crypto Events Recap, August 6-8

Crypto.comSecured access to the South Korean crypto market after acquiring two local companies which will provide it with EFTA and VASP registration in the country. (source)

Aston MartinAdded crypto payment option to its official online store in partnership with Crypto.com and Cube. (source)

DragomaRug pulls with over $1M lost a day after MEXC Global listed the token in its Assessment Zone. (source)

NepalThe government proposed legal changes allowing the country’s central bank to issue its own digital currency. (source)

Credefi Started the distribution of xCREDI from ModuleX. xCREDI gives users the power to actively participate in the governance. (source)

GeeqReceived $25M 'Capital Commitment' from Investment Group Global Emerging Markets (GEM). (source)

Tiffany & Co. Sold all 250 Nftiffs launched for 30 ETH per Nftiff raking in more than $12.5M from the sale. (source)

Moonriver Network Integrated with Shiden Network via XCM, Polkadot’s native cross-chain messaging technology. (source)

StarHeroesReceived grant from Microsoft allowing it to work with reputable studios like Ubisoft and Microsoft Studios. (source)

BeanstalkRelaunched its protocol four months after going offline after suffering a devastating $77 million governance exploit. (source)

pSTAKERolled out a liquid staking functionality for BNB. Users can stake their BNB via the pSTAKE app while receiving staked BNB or stkBNB. (source)

HodlnautAnother lending platform has halted withdrawals in light of market conditions. Moreover, it has withdrawn its license application with the Monetary Authority of Singapore. (source)