The cryptocurrency exchange and its founder are facing legal action from an early investor, follow allegations of fraud.
From egregious and amateurish errors to global regulatory changes, the Bitcoin ecosystem has seen a lot of activity this week.
It’s been a week since it was revealed that BitMEX had the latest in a series of mishaps, this one potentially affecting most, if not all, of its userbase.
The established cryptocurrency exchange BitMEX made a rookie mistake last week and it could potentially put all of its users at risk.
Circle Society promised the investors that it would generate over 300% profits, but ended up being a Ponzi scheme.
The U.K. Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) upheld a complaint against BitMEX exchange for an advertisement for BTC it says is misleading.
BitMEX was the worst month in the organization’s history, as the platform dropped more than $500,000 in the span of 31 days.
BitMEX tries to deny access of American users to its platform, but a new CFTC investigation is looking into if they got on anyway.
Nouriel Roubini recently debated Arthur Hayes, but because BitMex doesn’t want the world to see the video, you had to be there.
PDAX, a leading cryptocurrency exchange service for Filipinos, has received a big investment from BitMex Ventures that looks to benefit both parties.
Ben Delo, the youngest billionaire in the UK, is ready to move on and will be donating the bulk of his fortune to charity.