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TAISYS releases tiny hardware crypto wallet 

Taisys, a leading tech firm specializing in Sim solutions, has launched the world’s smallest open-source hardware wallet with NIST FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certification.

Bankman-Fried’s FTX extends Japan and Europe subsidiaries bid deadline

FTX and authorities handling its bankruptcy case have extended the bid deadline day for auctioning the embattled exchange’s Japanese and European businesses to Mar. 8, 2023.

Bitcoin, S&P 500 almost hit golden cross as bullish trend grows

As we enter the second month in Q1 2023, bitcoin investors and Wall Street could have a reason to smile as both asset’s charts are closing in on the bullish trend.

Paxful breached by former employee, Tallinn offices closed

Ray Youssef — the CEO of major peer-to-peer cryptocurrency exchange Paxful — said that a former employee breached the company’s Tallinn offices.

Charlie Munger knocks crypto, wants US ban

Charlie Munger, a 99-year-old billionaire and strong crypto critic, has elicited virile reactions from the online crypto community for being unnecessarily critical

Doge rallies with shiba to set new 2023 high

According to the findings of a reputable company that specializes in crypto analytics, the meme cryptocurrency dogecoin (DOGE) witnessed the most significant number of whale transactions to date this year on Jan. 31.

‘Relist XRP’ popular Twitter, LBRY finds support

Ripple vs. SEC lawsuit has become interesting after the latest LBRY vs. SEC lawsuit hearing on Jan. 30. During the hearing, the Judge said digital assets traded in secondary markets are not securities.

Amazon web services expands web3 team

Amazon Web Services (AWS) recently posted a job listing on LinkedIn for a ‘Senior GTM Specialist, Web3.’

CZ says stablecoin regulation will boost adoption

Due to the potential of stablecoins in managing inflation, the algorithmic dollar-pegged digital assets have come under solid regulatory focus.

TRON praises Chinese cryptocurrency tax guidelines

Amid the announcement of new Crypto regulations by China, Tron took to twitter to express support for the move. This proves a move by Tron to tap into China’s crypto markets.

Solana-based DeFi platform Everlend Finance shuts down

Everlend Finance, a Ukrainian DeFi lending aggregator on the Solana blockchain, has shut down its front-end app due to shrinking liquidity in the market.

Canadian bitcoin mining firm raises $9.2m, a Montreal-based bitcoin (BTC) mining company, has secured $9.2 million in its Series A funding round led by Haru Invest, with participation from other investors. Bitcoin mining revenue has surged by 50% this year. to expand BTC mining…

Bitcoin Ordinals encounters explicit images days after launch

Bitcoin protocol Ordinals faced a shocking pornographic image just days after launching. The image dubbed “goatse” appeared on the front page of Ordinals’ for 30 minutes.

UK lays foundation for robust crypto regulation

According to recent reports, the United Kingdom’s His Majesty’s Treasury plans to implement stringent rules for crypto assets.

What is Render token and why it gained 300% in price

It’s been a wild ride for the Render Network’s native RNDR token this year thus far. Starting 2023 at a modest $0.4008, the token reached its 90-day high of $1.73 on Feb. 2, rising by a staggering 331%. As investors…

Crypto companies cut staff in latest rounds of layoffs

Crypto companies laid off at least 3,000 employees in January, citing market conditions and the post-FTX regulatory landscape. Let’s review which businesses announced the cuts. Last year, companies cut more than 26,000 crypto-related positions. Sadly, the bleeding hasn’t stopped, as…

Ethereum experiences boost as Zhejiang testnet goes live

Feb. 1 marked a crucial milestone for ethereum (ETH) developers as a new test network, Zhejiang, launched. What is it and how it works? The Zhejiang update allows users to get a head start in testing the protocol’s next major…

Voyager creditor requests trustee to take control of the firm’s estate

A voyager creditor, Michelle DiVita, is reportedly calling for a Chapter 11 trustee to seize the bankrupt firm’s estate. DiVita also accused Voyager Digital of misinforming the public about the company’s financial situation, including publishing inaccurate data and public misrepresentation.…

Coinbase’s class action lawsuit dismissed as the firm pauses NFT drops

Client accusations on coinbase that they sold unregistered securities have been dismissed according to recent reports. The development comes after the firm just announced it was pausing all NFT drops.

Zuckerberg still optimistic on metaverse despite $13.7b setback

As of recent reports, Zuckerberg’s Meta has reported a $13.7B loss in 2022 amid turbulences in 2022. The firm had reported $13.7B and $4.3B worth of losses in Q3 and Q4 respectively.

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