Skillbox bought the Kespa online school, the Moscow Stock Exchange will launch eternal futures for the platform index, Tinkoff and Sberbank disappeared from the OKX p2p platform and other events on August 28.

Tinkoff and Sberbank disappeared from the OKX p2p platform, Skillbox bought the Kespa online school: the main thing on August 28


  • On September 1, the government will take responsibility of the markets for the appearance of counterfeit products on their websites; we are talking about products that do not have mandatory labeling, writes IZ.


  • In September 2023, the Moscow Stock Exchange intends to launch a perpetual futures contract for the site’s index. They provide the opportunity to participate in the price movement of the entire market without the need to buy individual shares and the risk of delivery of the underlying asset.
  • Tinkoff and Sberbank have disappeared from the OKX p2p platform. There are a limited number of options available to users.
  • Financial institutions began to increase interest rates on loans after an unscheduled increase in the key. More than 10 of the top 50 banks have already tightened conditions, IZ learned.


  • Skillbox became the owner of 51% of the Kespa online English school. The amount of the transaction could amount to approximately 70-85 million rubles.

Services and technologies

  • Astra Group (Astra Linux OS) intends to bring to market by the end of 2023 its own platform for joint development of open source code, which is designed to replace GitHub and GitLab, writes Kommersant.
  • The National Depositary for Settlements has developed a service for fast securities transfers similar to the FPS of the Central Bank of Russia, Kommersant reported.


RB team

Source: RB

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