Circle has announced the addition of four new digital assets to the Circle Invest platform, bringing the total number of listed cryptocurrencies on the platform to 11. Continue reading Crypto Giant Circle Lists EOS, Stellar, 0x and Qtum
Fintech startup Circle said that it will hire 100 employees to expand into Asia and improve operations at Poloniex, its recently-acquired cryptocurrency exchange. The Dublin-registered firm, which has received funding from both Goldman Sachs and Chinese tech conglomerate Baidu, will use many of these new hires to improve customer support and operations at Poloniex, which Circle reportedly acquired for $400 million in one of the largest deals in the industry’s history. Continue reading Goldman-Backed Crypto Startup Circle, expand into Asia
Payment company Circle has announced that it has purchased Poloniex cryptocurrency exchange. Rumors of the acquisition had been circulating for weeks, and were finally confirmed today in press releases issued by both parties. Poloniex is one of the most well established cryptocurrency exchanges, but has been stagnating. It is hoped that the partnership will revitalize its fortunes while bolstering Circle’s presence in the crypto market. When the story of Circle purchasing Poloniex surfaced on an obscure site called Modern Consensus, it was shot down as fake news. It turns out, the story was accurate and the news was very real. “Circle and Poloniex Accelerate the Emerging Token Economy” reads the headline of the press release Circle issued on February 26 at 8am NYT. Circle is already invested in crypto via its Circle Trade app, but Poloniex connects it to a main artery at the heart of the crypto ecosystem.