According to Nouriel Roubini, “there are seven C’s in crypto: concealed, corrupt, crooks, criminals, conmen, carnival barkers and, finally, CZ.”
BitGo is suing Mike Novogratz's Galaxy Digital Holdings after it pulled out of a $1.2 billion acquisition deal—the digital asset wallet is seeking $100 million in damages.
According to Galaxy Digital, the deal was broken off because BitGo failed to deliver an audited financial statement for the 2021 business year by the required date, July 31, 2022.
What Mike Novogratz said on stage at the BTC 2022 Miami event was a representation of how a pyramid scheme works—telling the audience that BTC was a tent, and they have a job to get as many people in so it could grow.
It was only a matter of time before bigwigs in the digital currency space started to wake up to what Dr. Craig Wright and other voices in BSV blockchain have been telling them all along.
In a fireside chat at the Korea Blockchain Week D.FINE event, Mike Novogratz global giants are helping boost the market by entering the blockchain industry.
Mike Novogratz, Galaxy’s founder and CEO, has relinquished his shares of Block.one, picking up $71.2 million and a 123% return on his original investment in the process.
Mike Novogratz is alarmed that Binance, and its whacky CEO, might be taking this latest hack a little too lightly.
Mike Novogratz is showing confidence in his company, Galaxy Digital Holdings. The founder and CEO of the company has bought an additional 7.5 million ordinary shares for C$7.42 million (US$4.8 million).