Nigeria’s recent crackdown on leading cryptocurrency exchanges, including Binance, OctaFX, and Coinbase, has ignited controversy and raised concerns about the accessibility of digital assets in the country. Despite regulatory challenges, stakeholders emphasize the need for transparent dialogue to navigate the evolving regulatory landscape.
The SEC’s new rule tightens its grip on the crypto market by requiring significant market makers, including those dealing with cryptocurrencies, to comply with federal securities laws. This move has implications for transparency, investor protection, and the evolving DeFi landscape.
In a bid to rebuild trust and repay creditors, Celsius, the embattled crypto lender, is making waves with a two-pronged approach: distributing over $3 billion and forging a novel Bitcoin mining venture, Ionic Digital, co-owned by creditors and miners. While these moves offer hope, questions linger about long-term strategy, asset sales, and potential tax implications for creditors.
Jupiter co-founder Meow responded to community concerns regarding the large-scale public sale of tokens by the team on their listing day. He clarified several key points:
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Tether, the largest stablecoin issuer, has increased its bitcoin holdings by withdrawing 8888.88 BTC (about $379 million) from Bitfinex, one of the leading cryptocurrency exchanges. According to Bitinfochart, Tether’s withdrawal has made it the tenth largest BTC holder, with a total of 66465.2 BTC ($2.82 billion) in its wallet. The average cost price of Tether’s bitcoin stash is $25,176, which means that the company has made a profit of $1.148 billion (+68%) from its bitcoin investment. Tether’s move comes amid growing scrutiny from regulators and investors over its reserves and transparency, as well as its influence on the cryptocurrency market.