Weekly Digest Hot Altcoin events
Samsung files to launch a bitcoin and crypto exchange in South Korea in 2023
Ethereum Foundation has introduced an updated roadmap of The Merge.
Tether holds firm on a decision not to freeze Tornado Cash addresses, awaits law enforcement instruction.
Binance is pushing crypto adoption in Philippines. Binance and FinTech Alliance Philippines are joining the government in sharing insights on cryptocurrencies, regulatory frameworks, and financial inclusion in the country.
• 2022-09-15 00:00 UTC for the Paris execution layer upgrade
The auction Ton recently conducted for their domain/wallet names was successful, Telegram founder Pavel Durov said.
He also added that Telegram could soon offer a marketplace to auction addresses.
“This would create a new platform where username holders could transfer them to interested parties in protected deals – with ownership secured on the blockchain via NFT-like smart-contracts. Other elements of the Telegram ecosystem, including channels, stickers or emoji, could later also become part of this marketplace.”
Afghan Authorities shut down 16 crypto exchanges in one week.
Police reportedly closed the exchanges and arrested their staff after Afghanistan’s central bank stated that digital currency trading should be stopped citing problems and scams.
Hodlnaut reports $193 million financial shortfall. Earlier it has laid off 80% of its staff to conserve cash. The document shows that Hodlnaut parked some $317 million in UST, the failed stablecoin, in Anchor Protocol on Terra.
Sam Trabucco is stepping down as co-CEO of Alameda Research. He will stay on as an advisor. Caroline Ellison will remain as the company’s sole CEO.
Huobi Tech obtained an MSB license in Canada further expanding regulated business globally.
Nike tops the list with a $185m revenue from NFT sales in the fashion brands.
Dolce & Gabbana (D&G), Tiffany, Gucci, and Adidas join Nike in the list of the top five.
Nike has amassed nearly $1.3b in transaction volume from secondary trading.
A hacker stole crypto funds from customers making deposits at General Bytes Bitcoin ATM machines. The hacker modified the crypto settings of two-way machines with his wallet settings and the invalid payment address setting.
According to PeckShield, SudoRare rugged 519 $ETH (~$815k). SudoRare already deleted its social accounts/groups. Stolen funds already transferred to 3 new addresses