Young millionaire plans to open crypto bank in Australia, Opera launches its crypto wallet, the UK warns about 'clone' firms, Coinbase announcements
- Fred Schebesta, an Australian entrepreneur and Co-Founder of Finder, revealed that he is going to ‘build the crypto bank of Australia’, a ‘multibillion-dollar’ scheme which he plans to complete within the next 18 months.
- Opera is launching its desktop web browser with built-in crypto wallet, using a system to connect to its existing mobile crypto wallet-enabled Opera for Android.
- The U.K. Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has warned investors about a so-called ‘clone’ company of investment firm Fair Oaks Capital Ltd., pretending to be a firm registered by FCA.
- A couple of announcements from Coinbase: it enables instant purchasing with increased daily trading limits up to $25,000 and is now accepting ETC deposits on its Coinbase Pro platform.