The crypto space has witnessed massive surges in scams and exploits, all of which involve the use of cryptos in the dark web. Apparently, a new case of the same narrative has just surfaced. And, unfortunately for the suspects, the authorities bogged them down.
In the latest cryptocurrency news, the New York Police Department (NYPD) has released a warning to the public, encouraging them to be completely cautious of phone scams. Basically, these scams involve callers that tend to present themselves as government officials and, at the same time, demand payments in Bitcoin and other forms.
Currency.com is a tokenized securities exchange based in Belarus. Apparently, the company has revealed its plans to launch to the public, a decision it did after a spell in beta mode since January this year. Here is everything about it in a nutshell.
There is no doubt that Binance is one of today’s largest crypto exchanges in the space. Apparently, the company is said to be continuing its efforts in ramping up its very own regulatory compliance efforts. Here is everything about this news in a nutshell.
Crypto winter has proven to be a boon when talking about much-awaited Bitcoin futures exchange Bakkt. This is according to an executive from the company’s parent firm. Here is everything about it in a nutshell.
It is no secret that there is need for institutional investors to store their digital assets in their portfolios. Interestingly, based on a new research, the need to do so has increased, especially since more of these investors are open to such an idea.
The crypto space has witness massive losses lately. Unfortunately, all losses arising from crypto hacks and frauds have taken their toll, especially since they have reportedly reached a whopping high of $1.2 billion in the first quarter of the year. Here is everything about it in a nutshell.
Coil is a startup founded by Stefan Thomas, who is the former CTO of Ripple. The San Francisco-based company has reportedly gone to public beta on its blogging platform, which is specifically designed to help scribes obtain the crypto called XRP.
It appears that the crypto space is witnessing a collapse of the promotion of the new, Tron-powered version of USDT. This took place following allegations from the New York Attorney General aimed at companies behind the stablecoin.
Nayuta, which is a startup based in Japan, is expected to release an in-progress lightning implementation. And unlike any other, it comes with a very compelling focus – the Internet of things or IoT.