Bitfront cryptocurrency exchange shuts down

Cryptoverse: Let's talk DEX, baby

Nov 28 (Reuters) – Bitfront, a US cryptocurrency exchange backed by Japanese social media firm Line Corp, said it had suspended new sign-ups and credit card payments and would cease operations in a few months, despite efforts to overcome the challenges in the rapidly changing industry. “However, despite our best efforts…we have regretfully decided that … Read more

FTX remains the focus of an “active” investigation, says the Bahamian attorney general

FTX remains the focus of an "active" investigation, says the Bahamian attorney general

Nov 27th (Reuters) – The collapse of cryptocurrency exchange FTX remains the subject of an “active and ongoing investigation” by Bahamian authorities, Bahamian Attorney General Ryan Pinder said on Sunday, praising the Bahamian regulatory regime and the speed with which it responded to the crisis. FTX, which had been one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges … Read more

Binance CEO Zhao says don’t fight cryptocurrencies, regulate them

Binance CEO Zhao says don't fight cryptocurrencies, regulate them

ATHENS, Nov 25 (Reuters) – Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao said on Friday that regulation rather than opposition of the cryptocurrency industry is a better option for world governments as digital currencies become more mainstream. . Cryptocurrency regulation has come under fire following the collapse of several platforms, which culminated in the crash of the FTX … Read more

Mobile operator Veon to sell Russian assets worth around $2 billion

Mobile operator Veon to sell Russian assets worth around $2 billion

This content was produced in Russia, where the law restricts coverage of Russian military operations in Ukraine MOSCOW, Nov 24 (Reuters) – Amsterdam-listed mobile operator Veon (VON.AS) said on Thursday it would sell its Russian business, Vimpelcom, to senior members of its management team, led by CEO Aleksander Torbakhov, to 130 billion rubles ($2.15 billion). … Read more

After Elon Musk’s ultimatum, Twitter employees start walking out

After Elon Musk's ultimatum, Twitter employees start walking out

Nov 17 (Reuters) – Hundreds of Twitter employees are estimated to leave the beleaguered social media company following an ultimatum from new owner Elon Musk that staffers sign up for “long, high-intensity hours” or quit. they go. In a survey on the Blind workplace app, which verifies employees through their work email addresses and allows … Read more