Bybit Secures Preliminary Approval to Operate in Kazakhstan

Bybit, a cryptocurrency derivatives exchange, has been issued an ‘in-principle’ license by the regulators in Kazakhstan, according to a press release shared with Finance Magnates on Monday. The license, issued by Astana Financial Services Authority (AFSA), allows Bybit to run a digital asset trading facility and to offer custody services at the Astana International Financial… Continue reading Bybit Secures Preliminary Approval to Operate in Kazakhstan

Crypto Market Forecast: Week of May 29th 2023

A curated weekly summary of forward-focused crypto news that matters. This week, Bitcoin rises as US political leaders reach a tentative agreement to raise the debt ceiling, The de-dollarization movement continues to gain steam in Asia, and, fundamentals for Bitcoin continue to suggest high activity and strong hands. Read the full article here:

Stably Launches #USD as the First BRC20 Stablecoin on the Bitcoin Network

Stably, a leading Stablecoin-as-a-Service (SCaaS) and fiat on/off-ramp infrastructure provider for Web3 projects, is aiming to revolutionize the nascent Bitcoin ordinals market by launching its US Dollar (USD)-backed stablecoin, Stably USD, as a natively-issued BRC20 token under the symbol #USD. Read the full article here:

2016 Crypto Hack: Bitfinex Hid a Report that Flagged Security Flaws: OCCRP

Cryptocurrency exchange Bitfinex never made public a confidential report that found its security lapses responsible for over 119,000 bitcoins stolen from the platform in August 2016, the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) reported on Thursday. The stolen BTCs, worth about $3.2 billion in today‚Äôs market, were priced at $71 million at the time.… Continue reading 2016 Crypto Hack: Bitfinex Hid a Report that Flagged Security Flaws: OCCRP

Interview with Justin Banon, co-founder of the Boson Protocol

In our new era where commerce, digital collectibles, and physical goods coexist, fashion is proving to be a flagbearer of this revolution. Join us as we talk with Justin Banon, co-founder of Boson Protocol, and unravel the intriguing world of Web3 fashion commerce. Read the full article here:

From Silicon Valley to London: Winklevoss Twins Plot Crypto Pivot

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, billionaire twins known for alleging that Mark Zuckerberg stole their idea for the creation of Facebook, are planning to move their cryptocurrency business from the United States to another location. Citing ‘hostile’ conditions in the United States, they are considering transferring the operations of the cryptocurrency exchange Gemini to the City… Continue reading From Silicon Valley to London: Winklevoss Twins Plot Crypto Pivot

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