Last week’s Hot Altcoin events
Meta has started giving people the ability to post digital collectibles that they own across both Facebook and Instagram.
CME Group has launched Bitcoin Euro and Ether Euro futures.
Seven Seven Six, the venture capital firm led by Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, plans to raise $177.6 million for a new fund focused on investments in cryptocurrency tokens.
Curve Finance founder Michael Egorov said in the community that Curve’s native stablecoin crvUSD is likely to be launched next month and is currently in the alpha stage.
OpenSea plans to support NFTs based on the proof-of-stake version of the Ethereum blockchain once The Merge is complete.
BlackRock will use Kraken’s CF Benchmarks bitcoin index pricing product for its first crypto offering.
A group of former Galaxy Digital and Genesis Trading execs are raising $500 million to launch a new crypto fund called DBA Crypto, according to an SEC filing.
The District of Columbia is suing MicroStrategy (MSTR) founder and Executive Chairman Michael Saylor for allegedly never paying any income taxes in the district in the more than 10 years he has lived there. The attorney general’s office alleged Saylor avoided paying more than $25 million in taxes to the district.
LG Electronics is running a beta test of its crypto wallet for developers, and plans to launch it before the end of year.
Crypto.com ditches $495 million sponsorship deal with Champions League.
Indonesia’s government plans to establish a “crypto stock” exchange by the end of 2022.
The Argentine province of Mendoza has enabled the payment of taxes with cryptocurrencies.
The administration of Iran has passed an act introducing regulations on trade transactions with cryptocurrencies, Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade Reza Fatemi Amin said.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has asked decentralized finance (DeFi) platforms to beef up security measures and warned investors against the vulnerabilities in those platforms.
Eminem and Snoop Dogg performed in the Yuga Labs metaverse at MTV’s Video Music Awards (VMAs).
The digital collectibles company Veve partners with Marvel to drop limited edition NFT covers featuring Spider-Man, Black Panther.
FIFA is releasing an NFT-based collection of classic clips from World Cup history.
The clips of soccer action are connected to the Algorand blockchain and will be released ahead of the 2022 Qatar World Cup.