Quote To Start The Day: "Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier."
Source: Mother Teresa
One Big Thing In Fintech: Residents of Miami-Dade County in the U.S. state of Florida may one day be able to pay their taxes in the form of cryptocurrency.
A memorandum made public on Thursday indicates that Miami-Dade County commissioner Danielle Cohen Higgins has proposed the creation of the Miami-Dade Cryptocurrency Task Force, which, among other objectives, would seek to determine the feasibility of using cryptocurrencies as payments for county taxes, fees, and services.
Source: The Block
Other Key Fintech Developments:
Clearcover adds $200M for growth.
Metromile unpacks driving, mobility.
What’s BitClout, the social network?
Symphony adds Goldman veteran.
Social Token platform raises $22M.
SuperWorld chose Props for token.
Cathie Wood loads up on Coinbase.
Danish Red Cross adds DLT bonds.
MoneyLion announces 2020 results.
Confluence is acquiring Fundpeak.
Spence, Shield eye cannabis banking.
Marcus executive runs to JPMorgan.
Coinbase now a top 10 Apple app.
Accelerating the changes in fintech.
Edward Snowden auctions off NFT.
Empowering traders with technology.
Brevan Howard getting into cryptos.
Applied Blockchain adds Silentdata.
SocGen issues products as tokens.
Watch Out For This: Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said people will “likely” need a booster dose of a Covid-19 vaccine within 12 months of getting fully vaccinated. His comments were made public Thursday but were taped April 1.
Florida man jumps SUV over bridge.
US added new sanctions on Russia.
Dan Gilbert makes a case for Detroit.
ARK adds Q1 2021 Quarterly Report.
Rocket, City of Detroit eye recovery.
Value-drive benefits the bottom line.
Monthly consumer price index rises.
Unusual stock trading by Congress.
Ins, Outs: Word-of-mouth marketing.
Goldman’s prime business at record.
Record assets in ETFs, ETPs listed.
Here are top options for going public.
Analysis: IPO long-run performance.
U.S. retail sales jumped nearly 10%.
Market Moving Headline: Data from Breakout Point showed Coinbase’s listing attracted a horde of retail investors, higher than that flocking to other popular tech stocks including GameStop and Tesla. It also beat stocks including Airbnb, Roblox, Snowflake and Palantir.
Source: Financial News
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