Bitcoin News Roundup for Jan. 26, 2021

With bitcoin hovering around $32Okay for a fourth straight day and top Ivy League universities mentioned to be accumulating crypto, CoinDesk’s Market’s Day-to-day is attend with the newest details roundup.

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This day’s tales:

The mind belief has blessed cryptocurrencies, with endowments for Harvard and assorted universities reportedly lapping up digital sources. For bitcoin marketeers, it’s a brand new $600B money pot.

Diminutive-investor stock-shopping and selling exercise on Robinhood, Charles Schwab and Morgan Stanley’s online brokerage displays no signal of slowing (WSJ)

GameStop instant-sellers reload bets after $6B loss (Bloomberg)

“With the U.S. increasingly reliant on foreign capital to make amends for its growing shortfall of home saving and with the [Federal Reserve’s] open-ended quantitative easing measures developing a massive overhang of excess liquidity, the case for a engaging extra weakening of the greenback appears to be extra compelling than ever,” ragged Morgan Stanley Chief Economist Stephen Roach writes in op-ed. (Bloomberg Belief)

Collateralized debt tasks rep their formula onto DeFi lending (CoinDesk)

It’s ‘frothy squared’ as crypto companies line up for IPOs to faucet market mania (Bloomberg)

Mike Novogratz’s Galaxy Digital plans to commence Ethereum funds, from (Decrypt)

The market cost of DeFi tokens surged to $45B, triple the amount at conclude of October, reported by (Decrypt, the exercise of CoinGecko details)

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