Reuters recently published an update on Tron's growing popularity with Islamic terror groups, to the point that it has eclipsed BTC as the chain of choice for Iranian-backed groups.
Two different people run Binance and Tether, but both claimed to be against illicit acts in the 'crypto' space, which proved untrue for the former, while the latter shows signs of false assertions.
On November 15, New York DFS issued the final version of its "Guidance Regarding Listing of Virtual Currencies" for entities approved to operate in New York under the BitLicense program.
U.S. regulators made their stance about 'crypto' clear, with the SEC taking 784 enforcement actions against 'crypto' firms and individuals in 2023, while the CFTC filed 96 digital asset cases.
Kraken has become a key fiat off-ramp for Tether's USDT, raising questions about why anyone would send cash to Tether to obtain USDT only to turn around and immediately trade that USDT on Kraken.
Large-cap stablecoins depegged 707 times in 2022, Moody’s revealed as it unveiled an AI tool that can predict probable depeggings in a 24-hour period.
Coinbase marked its seventh consecutive quarter in which it failed to turn a profit, with the latest figures showing a 4.8% drop in its revenue in Q3.
Tether released its Q3 reserves attestation on Halloween and emphasized in its report was the fiscal reality that Tether ‘asserted’ on September 30.
40-year-old Qiu, who claims to be a water merchant, is said to have received funds from groups involved in criminal acts, exchanging them for Tether before selling it to other parties for cash.
As charges are being mulled, U.S. politicians argue that while 'crypto' remains a small part of the overall financing, terrorists now know how they can leverage this to spread their ideology.
Many in the so-called "crypto" industry herald the coming of spot ETFs as the 'opening of the BTC floodgates' to the average investor, practically assuring the jump in BTC price as a result.