Market analyst Cole Garner suggests that Bitcoin bulls are in for a treat amid an ongoing BTC price renaissance.
While the reluctance of traditional players is a deterrent to crypto’s adoption in the short term, CZ argues that the decision might backfire over the next two decades.
The Biden administration touted its comprehensive framework and encouraged regulators and Congress to tighten the screws on crypto in a new statement.
It’s alleged that the former FTX CEO attempted to arrange a “constructive relationship” with the current General Counsel of FTX US, Ryne Miller.
January has been a rough month for Silvergate, with the dividend halts coming just a few weeks after it announced a Q4 2022 loss of $1 billion and laid off 200 employees.
The majority of the funds stolen were from a single wallet which had $751,321.80 USDC drained from the malicious link.
California DMV’s chief digital officer Ajay Gupta emphasized that the agency is looking to modernize its current systems and bring greater transparency to car title transfers.
Bad news continues to dominate crypto media headlines but Bitcoin and the wider market appear to not care.
The new policy would align the allowable activities for insured and uninsured state banks and OCC-supervised national banks by making rules for state banks more restrictive.
Aptos’ star-studded founders and the market’s disbelief in the rally could further fuel the rise in APT price.
The new version includes features that developers believe will increase capital efficiency and lower gas fees
Bitcoin and select altcoins continue to consolidate near their recent highs, increasing the possibility of an upside breakout.
Veteran Ripple executive and former general manager Monica Long said the company has seen record growth in recent months despite the crypto winter.
Decentralized finance meets its traditional counterpart at Davos, with a growing cross-pollination between the two.
The bill clarifies that state agencies can legally agree to accept cryptocurrency payments and that these agreements should be enforced by the courts.