Touted as a general interest journal for the crypto community, Nakamoto launched on Jan. 4—the 11th anniversary of Bitcoin’s genesis block. And it had enough cryptocurrency star power to garner immediate attention, with list of nearly 60 contributors that reads like a “Who’s Who” in crypto. But cracks have already started forming...
As Facebook moves aggressively into crypto, challenges await
The social media giant is getting serious about its stablecoin, says CFTC Chair Giancarlo
Facebook has begun talking to U.S. regulators about getting approval for its forthcoming stablecoin cryptocurrency, said to be referred to as “GlobalCoin” at Facebook.
Winklevoss twins hit the streets to take on Coinbase and Robinhood for retail customers
Gemini launches Bitcoin giveaway to battle two giants
In a surprise announcement over the weekend, Tyler Winklevoss, co-founder & CEO of crypto exchange Gemini, tweeted, “Let’s play a game: Spot the @Gemini Crypto Bus. Reply to this tweet with your pics and #CryptoBus, best one wins 1 bitcoin (BTC). Right now they are in San Francisco, Chicago, and Washington D.C. Happy hunting!”
Winklevoss twins end lawsuit against Charlie Shrem
The case, over the alleged theft of 5,000 bitcoins, has ended with no damages
Charlie Shrem has come out on top of his legal dispute with Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss. Two months after Winklevoss Capital Fund was ordered to pay Shrem $45,000 in court fees after a federal judge overturned an order freezing more than $30 million of Shrem’s assets, the case was dismissed with prejudice, meaning it cannot be refiled. Both sides agreed to pay their own costs as part of the agreement.