On February 23, the governor of Spain’s central bank, Pablo Hernández de Cos, called on the country’s government authorities to strengthen surveillance, regulation and oversight of the cryptocurrency market.
Football giant FC Barcelona has rejected a huge $79.4 million deal with an unnamed cryptocurrency exchange firm.
On February 22, a five-hour hostage-taking incident occurred at the Apple flagship store in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
On February 23, Joseph Hall, a former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) official, believes that the SEC is not yet equipped to handle lawsuits involving cryptocurrencies as securities, making it difficult to win a case against Ripple.
On February 21, Du Jun, co-founder of cryptocurrency exchange Huobi, said in an interview with CNBC that Huobi plans to re-enter the U.S. market after two years.
On February 21, due to the difficulty of tracking and valuing cryptocurrencies, the division of virtual assets such as cryptocurrencies has become the main source of disputes in divorce cases.
Kraken CEO Jesse Powell said in a recent interview with Bloomberg Technology that despite the crypto asset’s failure to break $100,000 last year, he remains open to Bitcoin.
Binance has ceased services in the country after the Israel Capital Markets, Insurance and Savings Authority questioned the local activity and its license to operate.
Data shows that millennials in the U.S. are flocking to alternative funding methods, such as crypto assets, to improve their financial well-being.
On February 17, Musk responded to a tweet about Munger’s latest criticism of cryptocurrencies, saying that cryptocurrencies should be banned, and that cryptocurrencies are as disgusting as “venereal diseases.”
In order to further protect its network from bad actors, Cardano revealed that if anyone finds and reports any vulnerability on the network to its development team, they will double the bug bounty.
South Korea’s two top cryptocurrency exchanges, Upbit and Bithumb, were among seven local businesses that made it to the unicorn ranks last year, South Korea’s Ministry of Small and Medium Enterprises (MSS) reported on Tuesday.
The rollout of U.S. cryptocurrency policy could be delayed as White House officials spar with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen over the scope of a pending executive order that could include a digital dollar, according to people familiar with the matter.
Cryptocurrency and deepfake technology are troubling the entire U.S. government, with online scammers embracing digital innovation so fast that law enforcement can barely keep up, the FBI said.
U.S. Congressman Warren Davidson (R-OH) introduced new legislation to protect self-custody cryptocurrency wallets from government agencies, Feb. 16 news.
In emerging markets and developing countries, there is a risk that unregulated cryptocurrencies are used for trading, Pakistan’s central bank governor Reza Baqir said on February 16. Their speculative nature, with wild price swings, poses a risk to a developing country’s financial and currency stability, he said.
On February 16, U.S. Congressman Josh Gotthiemer (NJ-5) released a discussion draft of the Stablecoin Innovation and Protection Act of 2022.
On February 15, SoFi CEO Anthony Noto said that he and his family own some cryptocurrency.
On February 14th, Cyber Capital founder and CIO Justin Bons tweeted that Polygon is insecure and centralized in its current state.
In just over 30 minutes, Bitcoin fell by more than $1,600, while Ethereum fell by more than $150, plummeting 5% in the blink of an eye.