The subreddits for Dogecoin and CryptoCurrency added a combined 232,697 subscribers last week, far outpacing the growth of all other communities.
The bulls are trying to stabilize Bitcoin price and if they succeed, VET, SOL, EOS and FTT could quickly bounce back to their local highs.
The central bank official said stablecoins issued by private companies may require “stronger regulatory rules” than Bitcoin.
The funding rate of Bitcoin dropped to a level unseen since September 2020, signaling fear in the market.
The recent John Doe summons developments indicate that the IRS is seriously interested in crypto — better to report than to be audited.
While the defendants may have gained an edge in pre-trial rulings in SEC v. Ripple Labs, are Ripple’s legal troubles now over?
Central banks are paying very close attention to stablecoins, seeking to control them — and decentralization may be the solution.
As seen in the case of AA v. Bitfinex, targeting a crypto exchange over stolen funds is a high-risk, low-reward proposition.
Having over 90,000 BTC on the balance sheet could see a company’s stock blacklisted by banks that remain crypto detractors.
Fears of regulatory moves come as a brief hash rate crash from a Chinese power blackout already begins to rebound.