|MARKET CAP||$1.06 T||7.80%|
|TRADING VOLUME||138 B||11.02%|
|NEUTRINO SYSTME BASE||$4.00||73.07%|
Signature Bank, a New York-based financial institution that has been known for its support of cryptocurrency, has recently been shut down and is now under the control of the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS). This development has sent shockwaves throughout the financial industry, as Signature Bank was considered to be a major player in the world of digital assets.
Circle's stablecoin, USD Coin (USDC), is steadily returning to its $1 peg. This comes after CEO Jeremy Allaire confirmed that the company's reserves are secure and that they have secured new banking partners, with transactions set to begin as soon as "banking opens tomorrow morning."
Former Bridgewater executive and CEO of investment firm Unlimited, Bob Elliot, has warned that the decisions made by the Federal Reserve and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) regarding the future of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) could have far-reaching consequences for regional banks throughout the United States. The potential risk of a bank run could put trillions of dollars at stake. It is crucial that the authorities take a measured and informed approach to ensure the stability of the banking system.
COINGABBAR Views: If you have invested in crypto as an alternative to traditional currencies, this event may cause you to reconsider your investment strategy. However, the true value of this technology lies in the potential of blockchain and the innovative business models it can enable. Therefore, I view the recent market drop as an opportunity to invest in crypto. Stay tuned with us for more updates at www.coingabbar.com
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