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A U.S. federal judge has ruled that a pair of reportedly fraudulent initial coin offerings fall under securities laws.
OKEx founder Star Xu has been arrested in Shanghai after being accused of fraud by investors. The fraud is specifically related to actions regarding the WFEE token.
The Winklevoss twins announced a new tether product on their Gemini exchange. The token will be known as the Gemini dollar and will be regulated and backed by an FDIC bank.
Today Secure Logic announced TrustGrid, a new blockchain-based platform that’s behind New South Wales’ ongoing rollout of digital driver’s licenses, and a variety of other potential applications.
Two securities instruments have been suspended for reasons linked with confusion amongst investors.
A report highlighting the collaborative nature of Ethereum 2.0 has been released by a senior blockchain developer.
Ether’s price continues to fall in reaction to Vitalik’s comments about the state of the crypto market.
Coinbase is in high-level discussions with BlackRock to launch a crypto exchange-traded fund (ETF) on U.S markets. They join a growing list of competition racing to launch such a product.
Coinbase just upped its daily bank transfer limits for most U.S. customers to $25,000, 2.5 times the previous limit. Not all investors will qualify, but this will appeal to large movers of currency.
Special counsel Robert Mueller is processing several indictments related to money laundering efforts on Alexander Vinnik’s BTC-e exchange. Alexander Vinnik has been indicted for helping to launder up to $9 billion in Bitcoin.