• The U.K.’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has issued an enforcement notice to over 50 companies that have advertised cryptocurrency services, advising them to review their ads to comply with the new guidance.
• Tennis star Naomi Osaka is partnering with FTX, one of the world’s largest crypto exchanges, to focus on bringing more women onto the trading platform and Web3.
• The digital assets trading unit at Goldman Sachs has made the first-ever over-the-counter crypto transaction in the form of a bitcoin non-deliverable option. The bank also added another digital assets VP to its team headed up by Matthew McDermott.
• Cryptocurrency exchange Gemini has received an electronic money license from the Central Bank of Ireland. It was the 18th organization to receive the license and the first since October 2020. Gemini joined such license holders as Coinbase, Stripe, Square, and Meta.
• The mobile banking application Dave announced a partnership with FTX US to provide cryptocurrency payments on the platform. It also announced a $100 million investment from FTX Ventures.
• An account blockade that happened more than five months ago due to money laundering issues has prompted some Colombian users of Binance to commence legal action against the exchange in the country. According to reports, the funds blocked exceed $1 million, and after an investigation from the FIOD, the Netherlands’ anti-money laundering watchdog, the funds were linked to financial crimes.
• Tommy Hilfiger has announced the company is joining the inaugural Decentraland Metaverse Fashion Week from March 24th to March 27th, 2022.
• PayPal and Venmo are introducing a flat-fee structure on cryptocurrency trades of up to $200 to remove the “complexity of percentage-based calculations for the consumer.”
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