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  1. Samourai Wallet Co-Founder Keonne Rodriguez Pleads Not Guilty, Released on $1M Bond
    Coindesk | 04/29/24 04:05 PM EDT

    NEW YORK ? Samourai Wallet co-founder Keonne Rodriguez pleaded not guilty to two criminal charges tied to creating and marketing the privacy-focused bitcoin wallet application and mixing service in a Manhattan courtroom on Monday.

  2. Max Boonen's PV01 Tokenizes $5M Treasury Bill, Plans to Look at Corporate Bonds
    Coindesk | 04/16/24 09:55 AM EDT

    The company aims to bring corporate bonds to blockchain rails, which could have averted a similar credit meltdown to what happened in crypto in 2022, CEO and co-founder Max Boonen said in an interview.

  3. Michael Saylor's MicroStrategy Prices Upsized $525M Debt Offering to Buy More Bitcoin
    Coindesk | 03/15/24 09:01 AM EDT

    The firm announced its plans to raise $500 million in a debt offering on Wednesday only days after purchasing 12,000 BTC with the proceeds of a previous $700 million offering.

  4. First Mover Americas: Coinbase Plans $1B Bond Sale
    Coindesk | 03/13/24 08:01 AM EDT

    The latest price moves in bitcoin (BTC) and crypto markets in context for March 13, 2024. First Mover is CoinDesk?s daily newsletter that contextualizes the latest actions in the crypto markets.

  5. Coinbase Plans $1B Bond Sale That Avoids Hurting Stock Investors, Copying Michael Saylor's Successful Bitcoin Playbook
    Coindesk | 03/12/24 07:28 PM EDT

    The convertible notes Coinbase wants to sell include provisions aimed at aiding its stock investors.

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