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Last week, Michael Mulia had a chance to visit the “NFT ATM,” the first of its kind located at 29 John Street in the Financial District.
NFTs have become perhaps one of the most talked-about digital investments.
By far you should have been aware of the hype surrounding NFTs and their promising applications for different purposes (such as serving as collateral for a loan or generating funds for humanitarian relief).
As noted in our previous post, Understanding NFTs, when you buy a NFT, you are buying the token, but you may not necessarily be buying the underlying digital asset.
Backed by noted crypto investors including Franklin Templeton and Pantera Capital, Arcade, a decentralized finance (DeFi) marketplace, has closed a $15 million Series A round to bring forth its secured financing business that allows borrowers to secure loans with the NFTs that they own.
Both the House and Senate have passed legislation under the Railway Labor Act to avoid a railroad strike by imposing the bargaining agreement brokered by President Joe Biden in September 2022.
College life was just one of the many things affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The regulations implementing the CCPA require that a business verify the identity of a consumer that submits a specific-information access request to a “reasonably high degree of certainty.”
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) in November 2022 released a targeted exam letter pertaining to communications for crypto products and services.
It has been a long and heated debate as to whether NFTs and certain cryptocurrencies can be deemed as securities under applicable laws and precedents.
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