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Adoption news keeps flowing this week, from Wall Street to Australia, and now San Francisco. The United States largest cryptocurrency bank, Coinbase, announced it is expanding its commerce section to include Woo Commerce via a plugin downloadable from Github. It could be just what more online merchants need to get comfortable with cryptocurrency.
TRON & BITCOIN & RIPPLE & ETHEREUM NEWS
Tron is cementing its status as one of the most popular cryptocurrencies on social media. New analysis from Cointrendz finds Tron ahead of Bitcoin as the most talked about coin on all of Twitter. Ethereum is after Bitcoin, followed closely by XRP. Ethereum Classic, NEO, Litecoin, Stellar, Verge and Cardano round out the top 10.
Don't Expect New Bitcoin Highs inWhile bullish on bitcoin's long-term prospects, an economist and investor heeds caution for more short-term price optimism.
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE (NYSE) NEWS
Intercontinental Exchange Inc. (ICE), the parent company of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), is partnering up with Microsoft, Starbucks, and others to launch Bakkt, a solution for buying, selling, storing, and spending digital assets.
Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase CEO: ‘I Probably Shouldn’t Say Any More About Cryptocurrency’
In an interview with the Harvard Business Review (July–August 2018 Issue), Jamie Dimon, the Chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase, the largest bank in the U.S. said that he "probably shouldn’t say any more about cryptocurrency."
Eleven Credit Suisse Staff Take Crypto Positions
Zurich’s branch of Credit Suisse has seen an exodus of staff, as they switch from banking to cryptocurrency over the past year.
The last to leave, Andrew Reel, has left the Swiss bank to become head of digital asset markets at Morgan Stanley also based in Zurich. But he’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to crypto defectors, with insider reports from the Swiss banking giant stating that 11 others have also departed on the digital career trail.
BITCOIN, ETHEREUM, LITECOIN, & BITCOIN CASH NEWS
The digital currency exchange Coinbase, headquartered in San Francisco has released a new plugin available to now download.
A new plugin has been released by Coinbase which will give millions of websites the power to accept major digital currencies such as Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin and Ethereum.