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    In a recent response to a Right to Information query, the Reserve Bank of India, the Indian central bank, has stated that there is no prohibition on banks to provide bank accounts to cryptocurrency traders.

    But some banks have been arbitrarily denying services to crypto users and are still doing so. The RBI banking ban on crypto was set aside by the Supreme Court on March 4, 2020. In its detailed judgement of over 180 pages, the Supreme Court stated that the RBI action is extremely disproportionate in severing the lifeline (banking services) for cryptocurrency trading business despite crypto trading not being illegal under any Indian law and no harm or damage is proved to have been caused to these banks as a result of their relationship with crypto exchanges.




    The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority, or FINMA, has authorized InCore bank to carry out digital assets transactions, allowing customers worldwide to access and transact within the bank.

    The official announcement represents an important step in creating a blockchain-friendly environment across the EU banking sector. InCore bank becomes the first Swiss business-to-business bank approved to operate within the crypto sphere. The firm now allows the institutional clients to trade, hold, and transfer digital assets. FINMA has also allowed the bank to develop its tokenization capabilities.




    Chase Bank NA, the sixth-largest bank worldwide and a subsidiary of banking giant JPMorgan Chase & Co, will pay approximately $2.5 million to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging that it overcharged customers for buying cryptocurrency using its credit cards.

    The sum was reported by Reuters following a court filing on Tuesday in Manhattan federal court. JPMorgan Chase admits no wrongdoing in the settlement, and customers who are part of the class will receive approximately 95% of the previously-paid fees back. The lawsuit alleged that Chase Bank customers who used their credit card to purchase cryptocurrency were improperly charged pricey “cash advance” fees. The suit originally asked for $1 million for affected customers, but the final settlement is significantly larger.


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    The Norwegian-based producer of farmed-salmon, Kvarøy Arctic, has become the latest firm to join IBM’s Food Trust — the tech giant’s blockchain-based supply chain solution for the food industry.

    Kvarøy Arctic is a supplier for numerous restaurants and Whole Foods retailers in the United States and Canada, and will now utilize blockchain technology to provide detailed information on the origin of its produce to restaurants and consumers. Information regarding the origin of salmon farmed by Kvarøy Arctic will be accessible to corporate buyers and consumers through QR codes. Customers will be able to access comprehensive information and images detailing the conditions under which the salmon was produced, including the population and density of the habitats in which the salmon were raised, their age, date of harvest, and information concerning the supply route taken from farm to supermarket. The salmon producer is also working with its feed supplier BioMar to also provide its supply chain data to the project.





    Ripple’s Xpring initiative has invested at least $500 million in various projects since it was launched in 2018.

    The Block’s John Dantoni tracked Xpring’s investments and found that the initiative has contributed to at least 27 projects to date, including Compound, Dharma, Securitize, Bitso and Forte.

    Xpring invested $100 million in Forte last year - a blockchain-based gaming platform, which leverages Xpring's open-source Interledger Protocol with XRP serving as a base pair settlement. Many of Xpring’s investments are related to Ripple’s core business model, centered around XRP and payments development, as Dantoni noted. Last year, Xpring made at least 18 investments. This year, the initiative has been quiet, with only two investments so far - in crypto ATM provider Coinme and blockchain platform for decentralized applications NEAR Protocol.




    The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency – which regulates banks in the U.S. – is seeking feedback from the public on the digital activities of national banks and federal savings associations, which includes actions related to cryptocurrencies and digital assets.

    The OCC published two notices on Thursday, a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking and an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, which cover a range of topics related to its remit as a regulator of U.S. banks. It's the second of two notices that focuses on digital activities and hones in on the topic of crypto.

    The OCC has set a deadline of August 3 for the receipt of public comments. The OCC is currently led by Brian Brooks, a former chief legal officer for crypto exchange Coinbase, on an interim basis.


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