The office of Senator Elizabeth Warren, a famed foe of cryptocurrency, got MakerDAO mixed up with a failed experiment in decentralized autonomous organizations back in 2016.
For a long time, regulating bodies have been worried that the secrecy of the crypto trade could lead to a rise in money laundering. In the crypto trade, coins are controlled by the holder of a “private key”, which offers opportunities to disguise the ownership and origin of funds. It could be possible for money laundering operations to completely hide where the money for crypto investments is coming from, which opens up doors for criminals to take advantage of the crypto space.
NFT trading volumes are at an all time high and the market is highly speculative. Is this a bubble?
Analysts from JPMorgan are concerned about ‘frothy’ crypto markets after the recent altcoin boom. In a note to clients, they expressed the opinion that valuations of altcoins, NFTs, and crypto markets in general were getting too high.
After the flash crash on Tuesday, the biggest cryptocurrency has been at around $46,000. Its movements can impact Cardano directly as BTC is a proxy for the whole crypto market. SEC approval of Bitcoin ETF may yield another bull run.
Web 3.0 is the next stage of the internet evolution that will make the online world we use more intelligent and capable than ever before. Web 3.0 will use AI technology to proactively respond to queries and will also use decentralisation to offer novel functions and experiences to users. Web 3.0’s decentralisation means that it will operate on similar networks that are currently used by blockchain and cryptocurrency technology. So, can we expect to see a relationship emerge between Web 3.0 and cryptocurrency?
CoinSwap Space, the decentralized exchange on Binance Smart Chain, has announced an integration with Ramp that will simplify getting involved...
Shipyard Software announced today it has raised $21 million for Clipper, a next-generation decentralized exchange (DEX) that caters to retail...