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Here’s what crypto-firms are up to following the U.S Banking crisis

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The recent turmoil in the U.S. banking industry has left crypto-companies searching high and low for new partner banks. Last week, Silvergate Capital, Silicon Valley Bank, and Signature Bank all shut down following regulatory intervention.

This forced many users to move their assets elsewhere. It is difficult to find alternatives to these banks as their instant payment platforms were critical for transactions 24*7.

According to many, t he current regulatory environment in the U.S indicates it is not best suited for the growth of the crypto-space.

Ark Invest’s Cathie Wood took to Twitter on 15 March to slam U.S. regulators for the banking crisis. According to the exec,  “Instead of blocking decentralized, transparent, auditable and well-functioning financial platforms with no central points of failure, regulators should have been focused on the centralized and opaque points of failure looming in the traditional banking system.” Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse recently suggested that the crypto-industry has “already started moving outside” of the U.S.

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