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Top Crypto Trends for 2024 and Beyond
As crypto matures and diversifies, what pivotal trends are on the horizon for 2024 and beyond? Let’s delve into some forecasts that could shape the future landscape.
Bittrex, Kraken, Binance, FTX. Lessons learnt from recent exchange developments
A lot has been written recently about the very high-profile issues that crypto exchanges are facing. Let's analyse the situation and go into a little more detail than you might have picked up from the headlines.
Invest in U.S. stocks from the S&P 500, anywhere
We’re excited to announce that Stocks have arrived on the Xapo Bank app. Whether you're a seasoned investor or just getting started, this feature gives you access to whole or fractional stocks from the S&P100 so you can grow and diversify your portfolio effortlessly.
Xapo Bank To Offer Universal Money Addresses (UMA) To Members
Today, we're happy to share that Xapo Bank will offer its members Universal Money Addresses (UMAs) – a big step towards making global payments and money transfers simpler than ever before while remaining just as secure.
Xapo Bank: Bridging Crypto and Traditional Banking with MiFID Licence Milestone
Xapo Bank has achieved yet another significant milestone in achieving its MiFID licence and being able to offer classic investment services to its global member base.
The Bridging between Banking and Crypto
While other banks continue to limit the way their customers use crypto, Xapo Bank is only making it easier. Chief Legal & Regulatory Officer of Xapo Bank Joey Garcia shares how Xapo Bank is bridging the gap between crypto and banking.
Expanding Global Financial Reach: Xapo Bank Enables Euro Transfers via SEPA
Our members are now able to transfer funds between their Xapo Bank accounts and participating banks in SEPA member countries, near-instantly and at low fees.
The US dollar versus Emerging Market currencies
Recently, there have been questions about the US dollar’s continued relevance in global trade. Is there really an imminent end to the reign of the USD and what does this mean for emerging markets?