CFTC levies $250K fine on bZeroX, charges Ooki DAO for regulatory violations
By charging Ooki DAO for violating federal law, the CFTC sets a precedent that could hold every DAO member liable for the actions of the organization.
Toxica creator thinks NFTs are the future of independent filmmaking
Rona Walter McGunn, the creator of the first feature film fully released on the blockchain, believes that the future of independent filmmaking lies in NFTs.
Research: Ethereum’s move to PoS is trading off decentralization for scalability
On-chain analysis shows that Ethereum is trying to offset centralization with increased network stability following the Merge.
Nasdaq to offer crypto custody for institutional investors
The Nasdaq Digital Assets unit will be headed by Gemini's former prime broker services lead and offer custody services for Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Research: USDT, USDC exchange balance going in opposite directions
The balance of USDT on exchanges doubled in the past year reaching $17.7 billion, while USDC saw the $7 billion it recorded earlier this year drop to $2.1 billion.
Research: Bitcoin falls below all key moving averages for the fifth time ever
Every time Bitcoin's price dropped below these MAs, the market was presented with what some analysts call a "generational buy" opportunity.
ETH falls below $1,500 as over $150M is liquidated in 24 hours
Over $60 million in ETH has been liquidated in less than an hour, creating a downward pressure that dragged the rest of the altcoin market with it. In the past 24 hours, liquidations exceeded $150 million.
Research: Bitcoin may be regaining dominance over altcoins
Currently standing at 79, the altcoin cycle signal shows that the market is in Altcoin Season but the tides seem to be turning.
Trudeau says showing support for crypto is irresponsible leadership
Trudeau said he was ready to call out Pierre Poilievre's support for Bitcoin and criticism of inflation as irresponsible leadership.
Centralization, sell-offs, and network stability: What’s troubling Ethereum ahead of the Merge?
In its latest report, Nansen argues that most concerns are largely unwarranted and that the Merge will not damage Ethereum's core value proposition.
Here’s why miner capitulation is actually good news for Bitcoin
While brutal, fluctuations in mining profitability purge the network from unprofitable operations and weak miners unable to bear the volatility.
SEC Chairman wants the CFTC to regulate Bitcoin, Ethereum
Gary Gensler said that he was looking forward to giving the Commodity Futures Trading Commission greater authority over the crypto market "as long as it doesn't take away power from the SEC."
Research: Bitcoin’s realized price shows a bottom could be forming
All previous bear market cycles have seen Bitcoin fall below its realized price. Having spent 79 days in the red, Bitcoin's current price show a bottom could be forming around $20,000.
Research: The Fed will huff and puff and blow your house down as it begins quantitative tightening
Institutions are worried about the effects QT will have on the financial market. You should be more worried about the effects it will have on housing.
Rob Wolff on market cycles and diversifying your portfolio
Rob Wolff, the host of the Digital Asset News YouTube channel, believes that weathering the storm is the only way to survive in the industry.
US Congress sends 5 major crypto exchanges letter inquiring how they are combatting crypto fraud
The inquiries are part of the latest push from Congress to bring tighter regulation to the crypto industry in the U.S., as the country still struggles to determine which of its many federal agencies should be tasked with overseeing it.
Largest Ethereum mining pool opens up staking ahead of the Merge
Ethermine Staking will enable users to earn interest on as little as 0.1 ETH as if they were staking it, without the need to put down the 32 ETH required to become a validator.
Research: The European sovereign debt crisis 2.0
Many believe that the end of the Ukrainian war will end Europe's energy and inflation crisis, but there are multiple other factors at play that could extend Europe's trouble way past the war.