Chain of Events


May 2021 Newsletter

Another month has come and gone. What has Blockchain.com been up to this month? Let’s jump right in.

ICYMI: Acquisitions + DOGE

In May, we announced the acquisition of AiX, a company that has built an impressive, AI-powered negotiation and matching engine for institutional OTC traders. The AiX team brings deep engineering, trading, and operational expertise as we continue to expand our institutional offering.

We also added Dogecoin (DOGE) to the Blockchain.com Exchange. After DOGE’s explosive growth, we received quite a few excited requests for us to add it to our platform. All we can say is: Wow. Much amaze. Such enjoyment.

The Bottom Line

While it’s no secret that the crypto markets reacted this month on worries of negative environmental impact, here are two bitcoin energy and environment-related facts you might not know:

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The Cryptosphere

At the end of last month, the crypto community was anticipating Bitcoin 2021: Miami, the largest crypto event in recorded history. We will have more on this in next month’s newsletter.

Blockchain.com in the News

  • Business Insider — Blockchain.com CEO, Peter Smith, was interviewed by BI’s Vicky Ge Huang to talk about his journey into crypto, building Blockchain.com and the crypto industry.
  • Corporate Counsel — Dan Clark interviewed our new Chief Legal & Administrative Officer, Lindsey Haswell on her arrival to Blockchain.com.
  • CoinDesk — Jamie Crawley of CoinDesk covered Blockchain.com’s acquisition of Artificial Intelligence Exchange (AiX)
  • U.Today — U.Today covered the DOGE listing on the Blockchain.com Exchange.


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