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Live Crypto, Defi and Stock Market Update

0:00 The opinions expressed in the video are for general informational purposes only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual or on any specific security or investment product. It is only intended to provide education about the financial industry.

0:20 Trad Banks and DeFi

1:00 It has really come to this

2:00 And the Binance hits keep coming. Barclays, one of the leading banking institutions in the UK, announced they would no longer support wiring funds to Binance. The bank made this announcement effective immediately and told customers it was meant to protect their money.

3:00 Key Takeaways Binance has disabled SEPA transfers, a common payment method that European customers use to deposit funds.

Since last week, a total of four different financial regulators have issued notices referring to Binance.

4:00 Global coordinated attack on Crypto – sure looks like it.

5:00 Ether could challenge bitcoin as a store of value after major network upgrades, Saxo Bank said.

6:00 Aave Pro, a permissioned version of its platform geared towards institutional investors, Aave Pro will support four assets with high institutional demand–Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), AAVE, and USD Coin (USDC).

7:00 AAVE & DeFi Sector on Fire
AAVE up 75% since my AAVE should I buy Video June 23rd.

8:00 The London hard fork includes EIP-1559, which will “burn” some ETH with every transaction.

As Alex Mashinsky calls it the beginning of the flippening.

9:00 Tesla Cybertruck

Tesla TSLA
Cost $1.5BN
Current value $1,455,505,479
44.5M write down

10:00 Tesla & Bitcoin
Stock is down and earnings are in Q – despite strong demand – BTC impairment could be to play

11:00 China Plays – BIDU and BABA

12:00 Thieves Are Everywhere

13:00 The Federal Brazilian Police apprehended Claudio Oliveira yesterday for his supposed involvement in a $300 million fraud scheme.
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