Kraken: Bitcoin SV is 'Extremely High Risk' Investment, Its Representatives Are 'Openly Hostile'

US-based digital asset exchange, Kraken, has issued a warning against the potential risks associated with trading Bitcoin SV (“Satoshi Vision”). On November 15th, the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) blockchain split (after a hard fork) into two separate chains: Bitcoin Cash ABC (BCHABC) and Bitcoin Cash SV (BCHSV) – due to heated arguments between two opposing community groups over block sizes. In response to the emergence of two new coins, Kraken warned in a blog post on November 18th: "WARNING: Bitcoin SV does NOT meet Kraken’s usual listing requirements. It should be seen as an extremely high risk investment."
Source: Crypto Globe

Crypto-to-Crypto Exchanges Dominate the Market’s Trading Volumes, Report Shows

A cryptocurrency exchange review shows that pure cryptocurrency exchanges – those that don’t include any fiat currencies – seemingly have twice the trading volume exchanges that do have fiat pairs do. The report also seems to show CME and Cboe bitcoin futures trading volumes are extremely low in comparison to bitcoin spot volumes.
Source: Crypto Globe

Crypto.com to Launch MCO Visa Card Program in the US, Over 100,000 Cards Now Reserved

On November 16th, the Metropolitan Commercial Bank (MCB) and Crypto.com announced that they are preparing to launch the MCO Visa Card program in the United States. Crypto.com’s press release noted that its MCO Visa Card program had already been introduced in Singapore in October (through its affiliate company, Foris Inc.). Some key features of the MCO Visa cards include “high-end metal cards”, “no annual or monthly fees”, “airport lounge access for select cards”, “no-fee ATM withdrawals”,“tap-and-pay functionality”, and “no foreign transaction fees.”.
Source: Crypto Globe