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Global crypto enforcement actions re-emerge, with U.S., Britain and Germany making headlines; Ripple co-founder and chairman Larsen suffers hack; FTX reveals plans to fully repay customers.
This week witnessed a historic development, as U.S. regulators approved all 11 spot BTC ETF filings. Afterward, Bitcoin retested the $49,000 level for the first time in 24 months. Meanwhile, USDC issuer Circle filed to go public in the U.S.
Weekly Recap: Orbit Bridge suffers $82 million exploit, Bitcoin (BTC) slumps after $45,000 retest, spot BTC ETF approval window closes in
MicroStrategy purchases more BTC; spot ETF drama continues, featuring BlackRock, VanEck, Coinbase and Bitwise; Changpeng Zhao to remain in U.S.
This week witnessed a proliferation of global regulatory efforts as Nigeria lifts ban on crypto. Plus: Do Kwon, 3AC and Sam Bankman-Fried.
Today's weekly recap looks at the U.S. ETF race, as BlackRock and VanEck amend their filings. Also, Montenegro's authorities are considering extraditing Terra's founder, while the crypto scene sees sustained regulatory developments.
Binance CEO exits the company amid $4.3 billion DoJ settlement; SEC comes for Kraken; HECO bridge, another Justin Sun venture, suffers $85 million exploit.
This week, Poloniex suffered a breach. BlackRock seeks to launch an Ethereum (ETH) ETF, and Bitcoin targeted $38,000 amid a sustained rally.
Weekly Recap: U.S. regulators dropped charges against Ripple's executives; Coinbase addresses Hamas' use of crypto; Bitcoin crosses $30,000 amid discussions surrounding spot ETFs.
This week saw the Israel-Hamas conflict escalate, with market analysts anticipating a potentially turbulent course for the crypto industry. A report from Bitfinex Alpha asserted heightened volatility in Bitcoin (BTC).
This week, FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried's trial began; the crypto sector witnesses more layoffs; a Hamas-led attack stuns Israel; Ripple vs. U.S. SEC continues.
This week, crypto markets were rife with turmoil. Justin Sun's HTX and Mixin Network fell victim to hacks. Binance left Russia while MicroStrategy augmented its BTC stash.
This week, FTX initiated creditor settlement initiatives, as regulatory efforts commanded significant attention. Meanwhile, Stake fell victim to a multi-million-dollar exploit.
This week, Coinbase’s legal dispute with regulators unfolds as the crackdown on hacks and scams intensifies. Meanwhile, Worldcoin is under scrutiny and FTX announces reorganization plans. Coinbase vs. US SEC Coinbase Global (COIN) continues to garner significant attention for its…
During this week, the crypto industry observed a consistent increase in institutional adoption. Prominent entities such as HSBC, MicroStrategy, and Hang Seng garnered attention through notable advancements. Concurrently, the spotlight was on FTX, with the new management impressively recuperating a…
The past week was a rollercoaster for crypto enthusiasts. Binance is looking to expand despite a dearth of clear competition, while FTX and Ripple drama continues.