CFTC Accuses Ohio Man of $12M Bitcoin Ponzi Scheme; Binance Recovers $450K Stolen From DeFi Protocol

The U.S. Commodities Futures and Trading Commission (CFTC) has taken legal action against an Ohio resident it says ran a $12 million Ponzi scheme involving bitcoin. Plus, Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao tweets the crypto exchange has frozen or recovered $450,000, which was stolen from decentralized finance protocol Curve.Finance earlier this week.

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The New Ethics of Privacy and Pseudonymity

MetaCert & Wubud’s Founder & CEO Paul Walsh and Tirrel Corporation CTO Logan Allen join Brave Software CEO Brendan Eich at Consensus 2022 to discuss the debates and questions around the ethics of privacy and pseudonymity. Moderator: Katherine Dee, Internet Historian, Default Wisdom blog, host of “The Computer Room” podcast

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