The first insider trading case involving NFTs has led to a moment of reckoning in the space, where investors believe such activity is common.
All eyes are on stablecoins after UST's collapse. Amid the pressure, Tether briefly lost its peg, and competitors Frax and DAI wobbled.
WAGMI—"We're All Gonna Make It"—is crypto's rallying cry, but its origins lie in the too-short and very online life of a shitposting bodybuilder.
Stablecoins are getting favorable attention from politicians as competing projects form alliances and battle for dominance by any means necessary.
“Zero tax transactions. Zero tax capital gains,” said Bryan Solstin, who is running in Washington State's Democratic Primary. “No upper limit."
Bitcoin was supposed to be a financial lifeline for vaccine mandate protesters in Canada. That hasn't exactly worked out to plan.
Surveillance, sanctions, and address bans have come to the crypto industry. But privacy tech is also alive and well.
Trade volume in Russian rubles for a stablecoin pegged to the U.S. dollar spiked on Monday, as Russian citizens face financial sanctions.
The developer behind the NFT project, ‘Evil Ape,’ suddenly disappeared along with its Twitter account, website, and $2.7 million.