The CEO of Digital Asset Research, Doug Schwenk, thinks vetting crypto exchanges can open doors to more institutional investment.
The once thriving FTX exchange had been subject to open inquiries from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) since March 2022 – could financial regulators have done more to protect Australian investors’ deposits? Read on to find out more.
Crypto exchange Digital Surge has had its bailout plan approved by creditors, which will see it returning 100% of its customer’s funds within five years while remaining operational.
The crypto market is now valued above $1 trillion for the first time since the FTX implosion in November, signaling a strong rebound in sentiment even as the industry faces headwinds.
CFTC Commissioner Christy Goldsmith Romero has called on lawmakers to abolish the ability for exchanges to ‘self-certify’ crypto tokens and products.
The former president of FTX US explained why he left the firm and his relationship with co-founder Sam Bankman-Fried of FTX.
A group of customers are now suing FTX in an attempt to become the first to recover funds from the insolvent cryptocurrency exchange.
Ahead of the holidays, former United States NSA contractor Edward Snowden has offered to step up as the new CEO of Twitter.
In another installment of Sam Bankman-Fried’s legal woes in the aftermath of the collapse of crypto exchange FTX, the platform’s co-founder is now expected to enter a plea next week related to criminal charges he defrauded investors and stole billions of dollars in customer funds.
Dan Berkovitz, General Counsel at the Securities and Exchange Commission, is departing the agency amid reports that he had met and dined with SBF.