Insights into the biggest Events shaping the crypto Industry
United States Securities and Commission Chair Gary Gensler once offered to serve as an adviser to Binance, lawyers representing the crypto exchange and its founder Chi have alleged.
US regulator, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued lawsuits this week against the cryptocurrency exchanges Binance and Coinbase. This marks a new phase in long-running government efforts to rein in the industry.
Blockchain firm, Mara has announced a partnership with Nigeria’s National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) and Circle. The collaboration seeks to train 500,000 government employees on the intricacies of blockchain technology.
The announcement of the SEC lawsuit for Binance has caused a decline in the value of Binance Coin (BNB).
The second edition of the Kampala Blockchain DevFest will be hosted on June 24th at MOTIV. The Blockchain meetup seeks to bring together experts and developers to discuss opportunities in blockchain.
Direct Property Africa Token (DPAT) has unveiled its updated roadmap and revamped website, solidifying its position as the pioneering Web3 investment platform.
Atomic Wallet users have stolen at least $35 million worth of crypto assets. Security teams are investigating the cause of the attack. Reports have surfaced of lost tokens, transaction data being erased, and even entire crypto portfolios destroyed.
Tether and Yellow Card have announced a successful collaboration that seeks to provide education and drive the adoption of the USDT stableco
Dubbed the “Talk2Satoshi” Chatbot, the bot is a ChatGPT model that’s so far only been trained on Satoshi Nakamoto’s public writings and a handful of Bitcoin-related source materials.
Localramp, has launched a service that enables businesses operating within the African continent to accept local currencies and instantly receive USDT.
The Central African Republic has recently passed a law that allows foreign investment in cryptocurrencies after it adopted Bitcoin as a legal tender last year.
Crypsense Digital Group and Africa Blockchain Center have launched a Blockchain Web3 R&D lab. The Blockchain Web 3 R&D Lab aims to support African governments, industries, Web 3 projects, and Web 2 organizations in transitioning to Web 3 through blockchain education, research, and development assistance.
Decentralized Exchange PancakeSwap has launched a new tower defense game, Pancake Protectors, that enlists the CAKE token to lure new users to Web3 gaming.
The BRC-20 U.S. dollar-backed stablecoin was recently launched by U.S.-based Stably.
Nigerian crypto company, Patricia recently suspended withdrawals following a security breach. According to the team, the halt is a temporary suspension as it undergoes internal restructuring.