Luna Foundation Guard said it spent almost all of the bitcoin in its reserve last week in a futile attempt to save UST.
Officials say they are investigating the shooting Saturday afternoon as a racially motivated hate crime.
April inflation data eased slightly showing the worst may have passed. President Biden put forth plan to provide economic relief for struggling households.
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Bitcoin rose to above $30,000 Friday as cryptos recovered from their rout, but the token is set to lock in its seventh weekly loss.
FTX US has appointed former Fidelity Investments Inc. executive Marissa MacDonald as chief compliance officer for a to-be-formed New York unit, a move coming as the cryptocurrency exchange seeks approval to operate in the state.
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Cryptoasset exchanges are not placing walls between respective parts of their activities, such as trading, custody, and marketing services, which could lead to the “commingling” of their activities, and put their clients’ interests in jeopardy, according to Garry Gensler, Chair of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The official also indicated that his agency is looking into the ties between the leading stablecoins and major exchanges.
The SEC chief warned the lack of separations between services like custody, market-making, and providing a trading platform leaves clients vulnerable.