The war in Ukraine has brought forward the real world use cases of crypto. Humanitarian agencies have leveraged crypto to distribute monetary aid to the refugees in Ukraine.
Binance is set to suspend deposits and withdrawals via bank transfers for its UK-based customers. The decision comes after the exchange's local banking partner ended ties due to the regulatory environment.
SWIFT is set to go ahead with the second phase of its CBDC testing after seeing positive results in a test run that saw participation from the Monetary Authority of Singapore, Standard Chartered, etc.
Banks in the U.K are ramping up the restrictions imposed on purchase of crypto assets by customers. HSBC and Nationwide Building Society have banned crypto purchases through credit cards.
Hong Kong-based HashKey Capital has raised $500 million for its third crypto fund. The capital will be deployed to promote blockchain adoption around the world.
The Hong Kong government is going forward with its plan to establish itself as a crypto hub, despite the ongoing crypto winter.
A Bahamian Magistrate has ruled that Sam Bankman-Fried will not be extradited to the United States as of now. The former FTX CEO was expected to give up his extradition fight in court today.
Amazon is set to collaborate with the Russo brothers and David Weil to release a TV series based on the downfall of FTX.
Lebanese Citizens Embrace Crypto, Accept Payments in USDT As The Nation Battles Intense Economic Meltdown
As hyperinflation grips Lebanon, the locals have turned towards decentralised mechanisms like cryptocurrencies to sustain their livelihood in the long run. Lebanese citizens have started accepting digital crypto payments, which have now become an integral part of their day-to-day lives. Lebanese Locals Warms Up To Crypto Lebanese citizens, according to...
According to a report by South Korean local media, Do Kwon instructed a Terra employee to manipulate the price of Terra in order to match it to a specific price target.
Chiliz has seen double digit gains over the weekend. The anticipation of the upcoming FIFA World Cup has got investors going long on the token.
FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried has denied reports claiming that he offered $15 billion to Elon Musk to finance his Twitter deal.