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$0.643512
(-1.1%)
0.00000992 BTC
Market Cap (Rank#401)
$85,423,512
1,317 BTC
Vol 24h
$1,071,674
16.5189 BTC
Circulating Supply
132,745,895.37
Max Supply
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141 day agocoindesk
New York Community Bancorp Shares Tumble After Earnings Miss, 71% Dividend Cut
The bank took over defunct Signature Bank's non crypto-related deposits last year.
261 day agocryptopotato
Coinbase Will Delist a Massive 80 Trading Pairs on October 16th
Some of the affected pairs are ACH-USDT, BNT-BTC, SUSHI-BTC, SUSHI-ETH, ZRX-BTC, ZRX-EUR, and others.
315 days agocryptodaily
Multiple US banks see downgrades as Bitcoin breaks out
Ratings agency Moody’s downgraded 10 US banks on Monday, with negative ratings actions on many more. Bitcoin has broken higher. 27 Banks suffer negative ratings actions Following on from the Fitch ratings agency downgrade of the US from triple A to double A+, the Moody’s rating agency has followed up with downgrades of 10 small and midsize US banks, and put such august banking giants as New York Mellon and US Bancorp under review for possible downgrades. In all, 27 banks received negative ratings actions from Moody’s which is likely to put them under further pressure and scrutiny at a time when the whole banking sector is struggling to keep itself above water after the Federal Reserve felt it had to buy all the bad bond debts, and as the commercial real estate time bomb gets ever closer to exploding. Moody’s included the following in its report on Monday: "To date, stress on US banks has been reflected almost exclusively in funding and interest rate risk related to monetary policy tightening, but a worsening in asset quality will likely come," The report added: "We continue to expect a mild recession in early 2024, and given the funding strains on the US banking sector, there will likely be a tightening of credit conditions and rising loan losses for US banks." Bitcoin impervious to banking woes As the noose around the US banking sector continues tightening, an asset class completely outside of the entire traditional financial system has just broken higher. Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are perhaps being seen as a tech asset class that has already seen its bear market bottom, and is now ripe for investment. Bitcoin ripped higher on Monday and into Tuesday, climbing from a $28,700 low to as high as $30,200. The price has since returned to confirm the top of a bull flag, and should it hold above, higher prices can certainly follow. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
315 days agocryptodaily
Multiple US banks see downgrades as Bitcoin breaks out
Ratings agency Moody’s downgraded 10 US banks on Monday, with negative ratings actions on many more. Bitcoin has broken higher. 27 Banks suffer negative ratings actions Following on from the Fitch ratings agency downgrade of the US from triple A to double A+, the Moody’s rating agency has followed up with downgrades of 10 small and midsize US banks, and put such august banking giants as New York Mellon and US Bancorp under review for possible downgrades. In all, 27 banks received negative ratings actions from Moody’s which is likely to put them under further pressure and scrutiny at a time when the whole banking sector is struggling to keep itself above water after the Federal Reserve felt it had to buy all the bad bond debts, and as the commercial real estate time bomb gets ever closer to exploding. Moody’s included the following in its report on Monday: "To date, stress on US banks has been reflected almost exclusively in funding and interest rate risk related to monetary policy tightening, but a worsening in asset quality will likely come," The report added: "We continue to expect a mild recession in early 2024, and given the funding strains on the US banking sector, there will likely be a tightening of credit conditions and rising loan losses for US banks." Bitcoin impervious to banking woes As the noose around the US banking sector continues tightening, an asset class completely outside of the entire traditional financial system has just broken higher. Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are perhaps being seen as a tech asset class that has already seen its bear market bottom, and is now ripe for investment. Bitcoin ripped higher on Monday and into Tuesday, climbing from a $28,700 low to as high as $30,200. The price has since returned to confirm the top of a bull flag, and should it hold above, higher prices can certainly follow. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
401 day agocointelegraph
Bancor DAO hit with class action suit over impermanent loss protection promises
The pioneering DAO allegedly offered “risk-free” products that cost American retail investors tens of millions of dollars in losses.
402 days agocryptodaily
Bakkt Axes 25 DeFi and NFT Tokens from Apex Crypto
Digital asset firm Bakkt has delisted 25 out of the 36 tokens on its recently acquired Apex Crypto platform. The decision was presumably made in compliance with regulatory guidance, and the delisted tokens mainly belong to popular decentralized finance (DeFi) and nonfungible token (NFT) ecosystems. The announcement comes after the digital asset firm's finalized acquisition of Apex Crypto in April, with negotiations that began in November 2022. Another influence to the decision is a perceived shift on Bakkt's overall strategy from crypto retail towards business-to-business (B2B) services. A Bakkt spokesperson claims that the delisting decision was made in the interest of consumer and client protection, based on the firm's regular, internal review of listed coins. Among the tokens delisted are Aave (AAVE), ApeCoin (APE), Avalanche (AVAX), Bancor Network Token (BNT), Basic Attention Token (BAT), Chainlink (LINK), Chiliz (CHZ), Compound Token (COMP), Cosmos (ATOM), Curve DAO (CRV), Enjin Coin (ENJ), Fantom (FTM), Filecoin (FIL), GALA (GALA), The Graph (GRT), Internet Computer (ICP), Loopring (LRC), Maker DAO (MKR), Republic (REN), Stellar (XLM), Sushiswap (SUSHI), Synthetix (SNX), Tezos (XTZ), Uniswap (UNI), and Yearn Finance (YFI). Bakkt's acquisition of Apex Crypto, an unprofitable platform, cost the company $55 million in cash and $145 million in stock. Apex Crypto is a "turnkey" service that provides execution, clearing, custody, cost basis, and tax services to 5 million customers through 30 financial technology partners. Bakkt secured a broker-dealer license from Bumped Financial earlier in February this year, which it disclosed in a financial statement. The license was part of Bakkt's strategy to expand its presence in the fintech market, catering to a growing clientele. However, Bakkt's focus shifted when it decided to shut down its retail-oriented app in March, concentrating instead on business-to-business (B2B) operations. Bakkt now aims to provide crypto and loyalty solutions to businesses through Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and API solutions. Intercontinental Exchange, the majority owner of Bakkt, also owns the New York Stock Exchange. Bakkt's stock experienced a 7% decline on May 12, the day of the announcement. However, it is also down by 40% over the last six months, although it is up 3.45% on a year-to-date basis. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
406 days agocryptodaily
PacWest Bank joined by bitcoin on the way down. Which one rises?
PacWest Bancorp price is on the receiving end of a 24% loss today. Bitcoin is down 2%. Which of these is most likely to make a comeback? PacWest - dead man walking For PacWest Bancorp the writing is very much already inscribed on the wall. Down 83% since the end of February this year, we are just awaiting the last rites and for the fat lady to sing. Deposits declined nearly 10% over the previous week, and the bleeding can only continue for so long before the shrivelled corpse of PacWest becomes the next casualty for the banks. If the bank were to come back like Lazarus from the dead, the question would have to be asked “who would think to put their cash into this bank”? Of course, the answer would be “nobody”. What stops this banking crisis? Money markets return a better percentage than banks, and in this current environment they are certainly a lot safer. The banking crisis that is taking place now is going to be one that will be infernally difficult for central banks to put the lid back on. When confidence goes in a bank it is only a matter of time. Back in the day, the banking system cracks could have been papered over. Yes, the odd bank might have failed but there were plenty of others, and the debt wasn’t so ridiculously large. However, the Global Financial Crisis of 2007/8 took the system to the limit, and the Federal Reserve had to pour currency back into the banks, and only just managed to stave off a potential globally systemic meltdown. This time, the debt is exponentially worse and there are literally thousands of banks sitting on assets that are worth less than their liabilities. Five banks are already gone. Credit Suisse was sold to UBS but had it not been, it could only have lasted a few more days before crashing into the dust, and sparking off a contagion which would likely have brought the whole industry down. Bitcoin stricken but otherwise healthy Amid this banking carnage Bitcoin is having some issues of its own. It really looks like it is going to head back down to the $25,000 support level at least. Be that as it may, this is likely a blip in Bitcoin’s incredible trajectory. Going back to the $25k or $20k supports is a healthy correction before Bitcoin starts its latest bull run in earnest. For such a scarce asset, which is outside of a crumbling financial system, the price is likely to head skywards. What will happen to the rest of the crypto ecosystem is a moot point. But for the average investor, Bitcoin at least is a flight to safety from what could be the most devastating financial crash in history. It remains for the Federal Reserve, and the world’s other premier central banks to do what they can to lift the traditional financial system out of a mire that is of their own making. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
413 days agocryptodaily
More bank dominoes ready to fall as Bitcoin prepares for bull run
Following on the heels of First Republic Bank, PacWest Bancorp looks to be the next domino to fall. Bitcoin eyes breakout above $30,000. Banks keep falling Only a short time after the First Republic Bank failure, the 2nd biggest bank to fall in US history, PacWest Bancorp could be the next bank to stagger into the arms of FDIC receivership. The usual platitudes and reassurances are issuing from PacWest along the lines that investor deposits are safe. However, PacWest shares have fallen 37% just since First Republic went down. The price of PacWest was around $30 back in late January, but since then it has fallen to $6.40 today, having fallen as low as $3.05 at yesterday’s close. PacWest does not deny that it is in discussions with potential buyers. In the same vein First Republic was purchased by JP Morgan for pennies on the dollar - a sign of the growing monopolisation of the banking industry. Western Alliance is yet another regional bank that is concerning investors, although the bank has maintained that it has not experienced any unusual deposit outflows recently. According to billionaire investor and hedge fund manager Bill Ackman, the regional banks are unable to survive bad data or bad news, while the GSIBs (Global Systemically Important Banks) are fine because the Federal Reserve will backstop them. Bitcoin oblivious to banking woes All the while, Bitcoin is maintaining its strong uptrend and looks as though it could break out above the $30,000 resistance as soon as this week. It’s no wonder that the Biden Administration is cracking down on Bitcoin and crypto. As more banks fail, and those that remain offer little or no benefit to their depositors, the continual rise of Bitcoin is likely to impel many retail investors into withdrawing at least some of their deposits and putting them into the obvious Bitcoin hedge. Mainstream media carries the government and central bank narrative to the people, and therefore the vast majority of retail are scared of crypto, and are also taken in by government assurances that everything is fine in the monetary system, even though it's patently obvious that it isn’t. The current banking crisis is likely to be the worst in history. If the average person passively ignores this, the repercussions for them could possibly be life changing. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
413 days agocointelegraph
US regional bank shares sink despite Fed calling banking system 'sound'
PacWest Bancorp was the hardest hit bank after-hours on Wednesday, falling over 50% following a reported plan to explore strategic options.
427 days agocoindesk
Decentralized Exchange Bancor Starts On-Chain Trading Platform Carbon
The platform allows users to create a single concentrated liquidity position that buys and sells in specific price ranges.
437 days agocryptodaily
Binance.US Unable to Secure Banking Partner
Amid the collapse of Silvergate Bank and increased regulatory crackdown of the crypto industry, Binance’s US arm is having trouble securing a bank to handle customers’ funds. The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported on Saturday that Binance.US, the crypto exchange’s US arm, has been unable to secure a banking partner following the collapse of several crypto-friendly banks in the country. Before the recent banking crisis, customer deposits were sent to either Signature Bank or Silvergate Capital Corp. In the meantime, Binance informed its customers that “certain USD deposit services will be temporarily unavailable.” The exchange further said it was “transitioning to a new banking partner,” and services would resume once it secured a partnership. The report states that Binance.US currently uses at least one intermediary to store funds. Since funds are held with a third party, delays in sending and moving funds are experienced. A spokesperson for Binance.US told the WSJ: We work with multiple U.S.-based banking and payment providers and continue to onboard new partners while upgrading our internal systems to create a more stable fiat platform and offer additional services. Banks Are Reluctant to Deal with Binance The WSJ reports that the exchange unsuccessfully attempted to partner with Cross River Bank, Customer Bancorp Inc., and a Pennsylvania-based regional bank, but the banks were hesitant to provide their services citing regulatory concerns. The United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) recently filed a lawsuit against Binance Holdings, the parent company of Binance.US, for alleged insider trading and KYC evasion. The CFTC alleges Binance operates an “illegal” exchange with a “sham” compliance system. The suit includes charges against Binance CEO, Changpeng “CZ” Zhao. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
441 day agocryptodaily
Tether Accessed US Banks Through Signature Bank
The stablecoin provider, however, did use the bank’s proprietary software to access the U.S. financial system. Signature And Signet Tether, which is the largest stablecoin issuer in the world, has denied all claims that it was exposed to the now-collapsed Signature Bank. The latter was forced to shut down all operations, and some of its loans were taken over by the New York Community Bancorp (NYCB). The bank also shut down the accounts of all crypto-related clients. However, the bank’s proprietary software Signet, which allows clients to send funds in USD across different crypto platforms, is being handled officially by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. This real-time payments platform has been an important tool for many major crypto clients and is currently still operational even after the shutdown of the bank. Tether Used Signet For Funds Transfer Regarding the question of Tether’s exposure to the Signature Bank, it is known that the stablecoin issuer did not have an open account at the bank. However, according to some unnamed sources, the crypto firm had used Signet. The reports claim that Tether used the payment service to transfer U.S. clients’ funds from the United States to the Capital Union Bank in the Bahamas. These transactions continued till the Signature Bank was shut down and taken over by regulators in March. The Tether team was reached out for a comment. In response, the team said, “Banks used by Tether always had access to several banking channels and counterparties. This enabled us to identify particular risks and weaknesses that others had missed, ensuring our entities wouldn’t be affected by either direct or indirect exposure to Signature.” Tether Had No Signature Account The rumor of Tether’s exposure to Signature Bank first started with a Bloomberg article, which made it appear that Tether had used the bank to find a path into the U.S. financial system. However, the stablecoin provider sent out emails to other news outlets clarifying its official response to the situation. In the emails, the company re-emphasized that it has had no exposure to any of the three recently-collapsed banks - Silvergate, Silicon Valley, and Signature. The email also called out the article for failing to mention that no Tether account was set up at the bank. Tether CTO, Paolo Ardoino tweeted, “As I stated on 12th of March 2023, Tether didn't have any direct or indirect exposure to Signature. Good risk management where everyone failed.” Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
2424 days agocryptodaily
Tokenized Crypto-Points to debut on Black Friday!
itCoin® Black a rewards based loyalty program! The Giftz™ Luxury Black Coin Program™ will service, Spas, Malls, Private Jets, Car Rental Programs, Hotels, Theaters, Key Employee Incentive Programs, Big Box Stores, Hotel Chains and more. Using a Blockchain based Redemption Loyaty Card. The Giftz™ Team is developing a Do-It-Yourself (FREE) Loyalty Rewards Program for small to mid-sized merchants (just pay for points) and a managed Black Coin Program™ solution for its enterprise clients. With either program, consumers can collect tokens in stores, apps, games, websites and more via a rewards e-Wallet (Waulit™).  Shoppers have fun earning Rewards Tokens and blockchain makes Loyalty secure.  Giftz™ can help get liability off balance sheets around the world by distributing physical tokenized points to customers who recieive the asset in their private wallet.  Giftz™ opens up a network of new customers to merchants, without the huge overhead costs associated with traditional programs. Participating Merchants give away tiered tokens; itCoin® Silver or Gold (or their own branded itCoin®) to reward their customers for engagement. Consumers collect their itCoin® in a digital Waulit™ and redeem to their Value-Based Loyalty Card at Point Of Sale; Mobile or Plastic. In the future most loyalty programs will move to the blockchain.  The Giftz™ Network is building a true community to support this.  However, different loyalty programs have different digital architecture, which makes it difficult to integrate systems. Inside the Giftz™ Network customers and traders instantly have a blockchain marketplace to sell their crypto-points like airlines sell their miles. itCoin® will be the first token that you can "mine" (collect) using GPS, iBeacon, EddyStone and QR Codes inside participating local stores within The Giftz™ Network.  We also offer a Gold or Silver Coin "Pay-Per-Visit"Campaign that Merchants can use to drive low-cost foot traffic and sales.  Customers discover local shops while collecting tokens using the FREE DIY Loyalty Program. Merchants only have to buy the crypto-points to be issued. REWARDS TOKENS CAN BE USED TO: •INCREASE new business & secure new customers • DRIVE incremental sales from existing customers • REDUCE attrition • MAXIMIZE marketing effectiveness • LEVERAGE data •BUILD loyalty In addition, the existing Rewards Media applications. The team GitfzTM is powered by an A-list Rewards Media, Inc. team and Investors/Advisors; John Paukulis founder and CEO (ex-Paramount Pictures), Emilio Diez Barroso (Televisa Family), Linda Giambrone (Head of NBC Primetime TV), Steven McClurg (Pres & COO Crowdfunder.com), Eyal Hertzog (Co-Founder; Bancor), Michael Kaplan (Activision), Alon Goren (Crowd Invest Summit), Rayaan Arif (FundingTree), Erick & Bryan Went (MatterLabs), Paul Newton (ex- CFO Spectrum Bank), Zane Witherspoon (Dispatch), Michael Panesis (ex-Chair of Tech Coast Angles) David Cho (Blockchain Guru), Sead Muftic (Blockchain Security Expert) Peter Williams (Founder Ace Portal) Martin Tate (Carman Lehanof Israelsen LLP) and Rob Caulfield (Founder of TrustCommerce). For more information about the Black Friday sale vist the site : http://Giftz.io Disclaimer This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute investment advice and is not a recommendation to participate in any crowdsale, or Intial coin offering. Disclosures The author is an advisor on the project.
2424 days agocryptodaily
Tokenized Crypto-Points to debut on Black Friday!
itCoin® Black a rewards based loyalty program! The Giftz™ Luxury Black Coin Program™ will service, Spas, Malls, Private Jets, Car Rental Programs, Hotels, Theaters, Key Employee Incentive Programs, Big Box Stores, Hotel Chains and more. Using a Blockchain based Redemption Loyaty Card. The Giftz™ Team is developing a Do-It-Yourself (FREE) Loyalty Rewards Program for small to mid-sized merchants (just pay for points) and a managed Black Coin Program™ solution for its enterprise clients. With either program, consumers can collect tokens in stores, apps, games, websites and more via a rewards e-Wallet (Waulit™).  Shoppers have fun earning Rewards Tokens and blockchain makes Loyalty secure.  Giftz™ can help get liability off balance sheets around the world by distributing physical tokenized points to customers who recieive the asset in their private wallet.  Giftz™ opens up a network of new customers to merchants, without the huge overhead costs associated with traditional programs. Participating Merchants give away tiered tokens; itCoin® Silver or Gold (or their own branded itCoin®) to reward their customers for engagement. Consumers collect their itCoin® in a digital Waulit™ and redeem to their Value-Based Loyalty Card at Point Of Sale; Mobile or Plastic. In the future most loyalty programs will move to the blockchain.  The Giftz™ Network is building a true community to support this.  However, different loyalty programs have different digital architecture, which makes it difficult to integrate systems. Inside the Giftz™ Network customers and traders instantly have a blockchain marketplace to sell their crypto-points like airlines sell their miles. itCoin® will be the first token that you can "mine" (collect) using GPS, iBeacon, EddyStone and QR Codes inside participating local stores within The Giftz™ Network.  We also offer a Gold or Silver Coin "Pay-Per-Visit"Campaign that Merchants can use to drive low-cost foot traffic and sales.  Customers discover local shops while collecting tokens using the FREE DIY Loyalty Program. Merchants only have to buy the crypto-points to be issued. REWARDS TOKENS CAN BE USED TO: •INCREASE new business & secure new customers • DRIVE incremental sales from existing customers • REDUCE attrition • MAXIMIZE marketing effectiveness • LEVERAGE data •BUILD loyalty In addition, the existing Rewards Media applications. The team GitfzTM is powered by an A-list Rewards Media, Inc. team and Investors/Advisors; John Paukulis founder and CEO (ex-Paramount Pictures), Emilio Diez Barroso (Televisa Family), Linda Giambrone (Head of NBC Primetime TV), Steven McClurg (Pres & COO Crowdfunder.com), Eyal Hertzog (Co-Founder; Bancor), Michael Kaplan (Activision), Alon Goren (Crowd Invest Summit), Rayaan Arif (FundingTree), Erick & Bryan Went (MatterLabs), Paul Newton (ex- CFO Spectrum Bank), Zane Witherspoon (Dispatch), Michael Panesis (ex-Chair of Tech Coast Angles) David Cho (Blockchain Guru), Sead Muftic (Blockchain Security Expert) Peter Williams (Founder Ace Portal) Martin Tate (Carman Lehanof Israelsen LLP) and Rob Caulfield (Founder of TrustCommerce). For more information about the Black Friday sale vist the site : http://Giftz.io Disclaimer This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute investment advice and is not a recommendation to participate in any crowdsale, or Intial coin offering. Disclosures The author is an advisor on the project.

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The live price of Bancor (BNT) today is 0.643512 USD, and with the current circulating supply of Bancor at 132,745,895.37 BNT, its market capitalization stands at 85,423,512 USD. In the last 24 hours BNT price has moved -0.003035 USD or -0.00% while 1,053,413 USD worth of BNT has been traded on various exchanges. The current valuation of BNT puts it at #401 in cryptocurrency rankings based on market capitalization.

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Bancor (BNT) is the token of the Bancor Network, which is used to connect all tokens in a given network. BNT currently has a single connector to ETH coin with a 10% CW, and is managed by the Bprotocol Foundation. 50% of BNT coin's initial supply was distributed to contributors and the other 50% is held by the Bprotocol Foundation. The built-in automated market makers dynamically adjust BNT token price and supply after each crypto trade.
Bancor Price0.643512 USD
Market Rank#401
Market Cap85,423,512 USD
24h Volume1,071,674 USD
Circulating Supply132,745,895.37 BNT
Max SupplyNo data
Yesterday's Market Cap85,495,224 USD
Yesterday's Open / Close0.647087 USD / 0.644052 USD
Yesterday's High / Low0.670468 USD / 0.644052 USD
Yesterday's Change
0.00% ( 0.003035 USD )
Yesterday's Volume1,053,413.13 USD
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