Crypto News Roundup for Oct. 15, 2021

This episode is sponsored by Kava, Nexo.io and Market Intel by Chainalysis.

Today’s Stories:

Market Wrap: Ether Outperforms Bitcoin as Traders Look to Altcoins

European stocks rise as strong earnings balance stagflation concerns

Stock Futures Rise to End Choppy Week, Ahead of More Earnings

U.S. banks see wealth management boom on borrowing, new assets

As yields rise, some U.S. banks shift cash to Treasuries

4.3 Million Workers Are Missing. Where Did They Go?

U.S. Retail Sales Jump as Delta Shifts Spending Back to Goods

BIT Mining’s Subsidiary BTC.com to Exit Mainland China

Bank of England Says Crypto Has Grown to Twice the Size of Subprime Debt in 2008

Bank of Japan Seeks ‘Plain, Easy-to-Cook’ CBDC Model

MSCI Warns of ‘Creeping’ Crypto Exposure in Equity Markets

US-led Multilateral Ransomware Meeting Calls for Enhanced Powers Over Crypto

Coinbase Jumps After Sign-Up Numbers for NFT Marketplace Revealed

Strike Users in US Can Now Get Paid in Bitcoin

Second Biggest Mortgage Provider in US Stops Accepting Crypto Payments

Decentraland Books Deadmau5, Paris Hilton and More for Metaverse Music Festival

Featured Story: US Wants to Regulate Stablecoins First

This episode was edited & produced by Adrian Blust.

Source: Coin Desk

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