Around $1.4 million worth of ether stolen from @MultichainOrg users after the cross-chain bridge instructed users to remove approvals for six tokens, citing security vulnerability.
The U.K. government said it plans to strengthen the rules governing crypto ads to bring them in line with other financial assets, and published the results of a consultation that began almost two years ago.
"The soul of money belongs neither to a big tech nor to an anonymous ledger. The soul of money is trust. And central banks have been and continue to be the institutions best placed to provide trust," says @BIS_org head Agustín Carstens.
Bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, fell below $42,000 on Monday. Ether dropped under $3,200, while most of the other leading altcoins stayed in the red.
"I do not know who needs to hear this, but owning an NFT is not the same as owning a project’s copyright or intellectual property," @DanielGKuhn writes.
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.@cryptocom customers need to sign back into their accounts and reset their 2FA following a suspension of withdrawals on the platform caused by "unauthorized activity."
Speaking at Davos 2022, India's prime minister sought synchronized action in tackling challenges posed by cryptocurrency while also asking whether multilateral organizations are equipped to tackle such modern challenges.
In an EU first, Spain is imposing restrictions on influencers' promotion of crypto assets. The head of Spain's markets watchdog described influencers as "a backdoor to avoid regulation."
Countries that acquire bitcoin now will be in better shape than those who don't because "a small cost can be paid today as a hedge compared to a potentially much larger cost year in the future,” @DigitalAssets wrote in a reprt.
@ thesamreynolds reports.
Crypto.com Capital Hires Jon Russell as a General Parter, Hints at Expanding Fund Size Russell spent 10 years as a tech journalist, including stints at The Ken and Tech Crunch.
@the sam reynolds reports.
Bitcoin spent much of its weekend roughly where it started it, hovering just over $43,000. That level was a little better than at the start of the week, but well off the crypto's highs just two months ago.
Crypto miners are starting the new year by increasing their accumulation of #bitcoin.
But amid the recent sharp drop in bitcoin prices, some might be forced to monetize their minted tokens.
Long before Puerto Rico crypto fever was featured in the Washington Post, it was described as "Puertopia" on CoinDesk. Check out this story by reporter @DanielGKuhn from last year.