FTX was hacked in November 2022, hours after the global crypto empire declared bankruptcy and its founder Sam Bankman-Fried stepped down from running the company.
The EU and UK may both be contemplating new rules to cover crypto staking — as regulatory action in Switzerland and Singapore offers a cautionary tale.
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If appetite for staking on Ethereum does not slow meaningfully over the next several months, the size of Ethereum’s validator set could become problematic for the blockchain, says Christine Kim, Vice President of Research at Galaxy Digital.
Co-founder of the Three Arrows Capital hedge fund was seized at Changi airport, Teneo said
The last time BTC posted a positive return during September was in 2016.
FTX, an industry titan, ended up in bankruptcy court nine days after a November 2022 scoop from CoinDesk’s Ian Allison.
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