Bitcoin took the news in stride, trading sideways for most of the day, even as additional revelations surfaced from documents connected to FTX's filing for bankruptcy protection. The largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization was up 1.1% and changing hands easily over the $16,000 support it assumed nine days...
"Mr. Bankman-Fried, the co-founder, and controlling owner of all of the Debtors and of FTX DM, appears to be supporting efforts by the JPLs to expand the scope of the FTX DM proceeding in the Bahamas, to undermine these Chapter 11 Cases, and to move assets from the...
Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried will no longer be represented by his legal counsel at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, a white-shoe law firm, less than a week after retaining the firm to represent him. Team Valhalla
Crypto markets responded to the latest events with their recent sangfroid, with bitcoin and other major cryptos trading sideways, some tokens a bit to the green and others slightly in the red. The largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization was recently up about 1% and hovering comfortably over its...
With investor confidence in cryptocurrencies ebbing as a result of the collapse of Sam Bankman-Fried’s FTX exchange, the total market capitalization of digital assets has fallen this month below $800 billion, a level not seen since early 2021, according to data from TradingView. Team Valhalla
The league’s commissioner Rob Manfred said the MLB has “been really religious about staying away from coins,” calling the FTX deal “a meaningful deal for us.” Team Valhalla
Despite Crypto Winter, artists see enough of an upside in accessibility to a more diverse set of collectors, to keep minting NFTs. Team Valhalla
The testnet “Wave 1” will be used for validators and full nodes to “improve decentralized coordination + incident response, and identify a core group of operators who have experience in deploying, monitoring, and debugging,” the company shared over Twitter. Team Valhalla
“Someone like Coinbase is simply not large enough to gain the faith and trust of very large asset managers and traders who are looking to be active in the space,” Marenzi said, adding that institutional investors, worried about whether their funds are securely stowed away, could be “scared...
The FTX umbrella covered over 100 smaller legal entities, which complicates any story about the internal organization. According to paperwork filed on Thursday with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware, FTX Ventures, the operations that both invested in companies and accepted investments, spread its funds...