The NFT music platform for independent artists Jamify launched this week; Founder Frames Jenco explained his motivation for building this unique platform on top of BSV.
UST, originally created to withstand up to 91% of the decline in value of LUNA (according to Terra white paper), has now deviated from its core goals of remaining safe and solid.
Scientists from MINDSMITH, OnGrid System, DEKIS, and Tiger.Trade carried out a study regarding investment funds, digital assets, and DeFi solutions, coinciding with the new German Fund Location Act.
US SEC Chairman Gary Gensler hired Corey Frayer to oversee “policymaking and interagency work relating to the oversight of crypto assets.”
2021 has heard a lot of talks about Bitcoin crackdown, but not much action was taken. Instead, regulators have laid more groundwork for regulation and law enforcement in the sector.
A pair of disgruntled users has filed a fraud claim in the Southern District of New York against Tether Holdings Limited and a handful of its related business entities, including iFinex and exchange Bitfinex.
Christopher Waller has disagreed with the Janet Yellen-led working group that wants banks to offer stablecoins, saying it would work against their promise.
A senior executive at the Reserve Bank of Australia tore into digital currencies in a recent speech, saying that CBDCs and regulated stablecoins will end them.
Protos Media released a report detailing who is buying USDT, pointing out that Tether has grown from a market cap of $1B in 2017 to over $70B at the time of writing.
The biggest trial in the history of digital assets and one of the most significant legal cases in the history of blockchain technology has finally kicked off this week in Florida: the Kleiman v Wright 2021 trial.
The new proposed regulation seeks to ban pension funds from buying and holding digital assets, which are defined in the draft legislation as "crypto-assets."