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A Suspected Airdrop Hunter Made $1.17 Million from The JUP Airdrop

An airdrop hunter, leveraging 9,246 wallets, extracted $1.17 million from the JUP airdrop, raising concerns about potential exploits and the need for robust anti-fraud measures in future airdrop designs.
Comma-separated keywords: JUP airdrop, airdrop hunter, Lookonchain, exploit, fairness, security, anti-fraud, community engagement, crypto community, trust, decentralization, centralized exchange, manipulation, wallet manipulation.

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Allegations of Binance Dumping Bitcoin to Settle $4.3 Billion Fine

A recent tweet by a crypto analyst has stirred controversy within the bitcoin community, accusing Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, of being a key contributor to the recent downturn in bitcoin’s value. The tweet suggests that Binance has sold over $5 billion worth of bitcoin since the start of the year, ostensibly to cover a substantial fine imposed by US authorities. The tweet, supported by a chart detailing bitcoin’s price and daily net outflows from Binance, Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC), and the US market, has sparked a lively debate.

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Bitcoin Boom! Spot ETFs Set to Debut on CBOE, Sending Crypto Market Buzzing

Hold onto your crypto wallets, because a groundbreaking moment is on the horizon! The Chicago Board Options Exchange (@CBOE) has just announced the imminent launch of Bitcoin Spot ETFs, set to commence trading tomorrow. This revelation has sparked widespread excitement within the crypto community, marking a significant milestone for Bitcoin and the broader cryptocurrency market.

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OKX to Delist Privacy Coins Amid Regulatory Pressure

In a major blow to crypto privacy, exchange giant OKX announced it will delist popular coins Monero, Zcash, and Dash in early 2024. Citing “concerns over listing criteria” and likely bowing to mounting regulatory pressure, the move sent shockwaves through the crypto community, raising questions about the future of financial anonymity in the digital age.

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