Bitcoin reached $25,000 today for the first time since June. It's still a bit unclear what's in store for Bitcoin, with some expecting the price to go lower and others saying the worst is over.
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Dutch authorities have arrested a suspected developer of Tornado Cash, an Ethereum mixing service. It comes after the U.S. sanctioned the service for allegedly mixing criminally gained crypto.
Customers of Voyager, a crypto lending firm that went bankrupt, will get $270 million back. A bankruptcy judge said that customer's money that was held in cash at a bank could finally be returned.
Bipartisan legislation being proposed would make small crypto transactions exempt from capital gains taxes in the U.S. This could help cryptocurrencies better perform their namesake task.
FTX is offering to help Voyager customers get a portion of their assets back if they sign up on FTX. The liquidity offer has not yet been taken up by Voyager and will be optional for users.
Tesla has announced that it sold off 75% of its Bitcoin during the second quarter of the year. During this period, Bitcoin was on its way down in price from its all-time-high of $69,000.
Mojang has said that it's banning the use of blockchain technologies, including NFTs, in Minecraft. This means online servers can't leverage the technology to sell in-game items either.
Coinbase has reassured users and investors that it is not exposed to any of the crypto companies that ran into financial difficulties this year. It blamed their lax attitude for their problems.
Russia's President Putin signed a law to enact suspension of certain provisions of Federal Law “On Banks and Banking Activity”, and bans the use of digital assets as a payment mode in Russia.
The U.S. government has banned employees from participating in public matters related to cryptocurrencies, such as the formulation of laws, if they have invested in cryptocurrencies and stablecoins.
The crypto firm Nexo is planning to buy Vauld after the latter paused customer withdrawals. Vauld is just one of many crypto firms to run into trouble, but luckily, Nexo is there to save it.
Polium One has been announced as the next-gen console for Web3 gaming. However, it has received a lot of criticism because it exists only as a render for now and has grave errors in documentation.
A hacker successfully conducted a malicious attack to steal $100 million from Harmony's Horizon bridge. The FBI and multiple cybersecurity and exchange partners are now investigating the matter.
Tether has created a stablecoin pegged to the British pound. It will be available to buy from early July and is the fifth token linked to a fiat currency that the company has released.
Miners and e-cafes in China are now flooding the market with the graphics cards they no longer need. As crypto crashes, mining becomes financially inefficient, thus forcing miners to sell their GPUs.
Ukraine has just sold a donated CryptoPunks NFT for a huge 90 ETH - about $100,000 at the time of sale. The country will use the proceeds to buy more equipment for its war effort to repel Russia.
Crypto miners will observe power supply cuts to avoid a possible rise in the country's electricity consumption. Iran noticed record-high demand last year. This year, it aims to act promptly.
A new paper appears to show that the Bitcoin network while requiring a lot of power, is more energy-efficient than the existing electronic payment system used to send money between banks.
The last 24 hours have seen extreme market volatility which has now pushed the market capitalization of cyptocurrencies to below the $1 trillion mark for the first time since January 2021.
MoneyGram is working with Stellar to deliver a new service called MoneyGram Access. With this solution, people can buy USDC with hard cash and make remittance payments with very low fees.
An NFT of former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's first tweet originally sold for $2.9 million in 2021. However, it now has a highest buy offer of only $29, which is a colossal drop of 99.9999%.
Industry insiders have warned that smaller cryptocurrencies face collapse amid the wider economic woes taking place. Some think this will be good as many junk projects will be removed from play.
The UK Treasury has outlined plans to regulate the stablecoin market to help better protect consumers. It could protect investors if other stablecoins collapse like TerraUSD did this month.
Chinese cryptocurrency miners aren't fazed by the nationwide ban on the activity. The country currently contributes the second-most hash rates after the USA. Is legislation enough to curb mining?
Fabio Panetta, an ECB board member, has said that work on the digital euro could tentatively start by the end of 2023. It could then be available to the public after about three years of work.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has fined Nvidia for not telling investors that their rise in revenue in 2018 was due to cryptomining interest rather than its gaming business.
Starbucks Coffee is all set to enter the Web3 space by launching its own Non Fungible Token (NFT) collection later this year along with membership and community based on coffee art and storytelling.
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A couple of new reports citing surveys have revealed that teens aren't super-interested in the metaverse with less than half of all respondents showing an interest in purchasing associated hardware.
An NFT of the first tweet ever sold for $2.9 million to crypto entrepreneur Sina Estavi last year. However, Estavi is now struggling to get a bid of over $7,000 for the same NFT while demanding $50M.
Former Ethereum developer Virgil Griffith has been sentenced to over five years in prison and a $100,000 fine for helping North Korea in leveraging cryptocurrencies to evade U.S. sanctions.
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The UK government has announced that it's planning to regulate stablecoins. This would ensure that they're reliable and safe. It's also seeking to improve the tax system for cryptoassets.
In a recent cybertheft event, hackers stole over $600 million worth of cryptocurrencies from Sky Mavis' Ronin Network Bridge on March 23rd. The company noticed the security breach on March 29th.
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A European Union Parliament committee has decided not to ban proof-of-work cryptocurrencies in the bloc. Such a ban would have affected the most popular cryptos including Bitcoin and Ethereum.
The UK's Financial Conduct Authority is clamping down on Bitcoin ATMs because they do not implement Know Your Customer (KYC) measures. Those who don't comply will face further action.
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Intel has revealed the Agilex M-Series FPGAs. The company claims they have the industry's highest memory bandwidth and DSP compute density. Cryptocurrency miners could benefit the most from these.
In an effort to raise funds for the ongoing armed conflict, the Ukrainian government has indicated that it will 'offer' Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs). The govt. has canceled plans to issue airdrops.