This week in crypto, companies scalp institutional talent, a new exchange launches its services, and the market makes a pull-back.
This week in crypto, Ripple finds itself in more legal trouble, Huobi goes down under, and the US SEC stays busy.
This week in crypto, we saw feats of philanthropy, one of the US’s largest dark web busts, and the creation of a new ERC token standard.
This week in crypto, Tether was put to the test, Bithumb lost a cool $30 mln to a hack, and the market continued its downward trend.
A financial review by the law firm Freeh, Sporkin & Sullivan LLP (FSS) claims that each USDT is fully-backed by an equivalent USD reserve.
Following weeks of gossip, reports have confirmed that Justin Sun’s Tron has acquired BitTorrent in a deal valued at $140 mln.
This week in crypto, Coinbase got busy–Binance did, too–and an SEC director clarified that the agency would not deem Ether a security.
Coinbase just announced that it is adding support for Ethereum Classic. Trading should launch within the coming months, the company believes.
In an interview with Bloomberg, Binance’s CEO revealed that the company would begin offering euro trading pairs by year’s end.