Top News In Fintech And Beyond For August 23, 2022

👉 Top Things To Know In TradeFi:

  • IRS greenlit over broker inquiries
  • Gemini added staking, yield offer
  • NinjaTrader to name a new CTO
  • Creatd acquires trading app Orbit
  • BlackRock launching new FI ETF BLK
  • Huobi is cutting derivatives in NZ
  • DTCC DLT platform in the works
  • Voyager sells Coinify to founders

👉 Top Things To Know In Fintech:

  • Truist has bought Arena Platform TFC
  • OneBanx signs for PassFort tech
  • Liquidnet is making new key hire
  • Prometeo to bring A2A to LatAm
  • Highline to grow after a Series A
  • Telegram eyeing auction market
  • DAM raises $1.8M for stablecoin
  • Fintech Jar adds $22.6M in raise
  • Highline adding $13M in funding
  • I-Finance & Nordigen teamed up
  • valU will buy fintech firm Paynas
  • eBay plans to acquire TCGplayer EBAY
  • Currencycloud, FTFT teaming up
  • Tamara added $100M in funding
  • Masa launches Masa Soulbound
  • Asset mgr starts metaverse fund
  • Partisia naming brand new COO
  • Westpac, FIS are investing in AI FIS
  • FCA sounded alarms over BNPL
  • Fintech CSI is acquired for $1.6B
  • Appital, Turquoise intro offerings

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  • Inflation, rates hurt the economy
  • Banks to pay $1B over scandals

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