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    Tesla’s Bitcoin Holdings Reach US$1.5 Billion

Tesla’s Bitcoin Holdings Reach US$1.5 Billion

Information regarding Tesla’s Bitcoin holdings was officially declared by the electric vehicle manufacturer yesterday, Monday, February 7. In a filing with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission or SEC, Tesla relayed that it held almost US$2 billion worth of the flagship virtual currency at the culmination of 2021.  

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    Omicron Cryptocurrency Soars with New COVID-19 Variant in Headlines

Omicron Cryptocurrency Soars with New COVID-19 Variant in Headlines

The Omicron cryptocurrency’s trading price surged over ten times as the new COVID-19 variant, which is its namesake, strikes worldwide. Read this news here.

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    Coinbase-Acquired Zabo Continues to Help Make Crypto Mainstream

Coinbase-Acquired Zabo Continues to Help Make Crypto Mainstream

Zabo is a data aggregator for cryptocurrency based in Dallas, Texas, in the United States. This week, this cryptocurrency startup confirmed the latest development of Coinbase acquiring it. We find this virtual currency-related report important to share with our readers. It demonstrates the number of cryptocurrency enterprises of different sizes

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    Filecoin Faces Legal Issues with VC Investors Part of Its ICO

Filecoin Faces Legal Issues with VC Investors Part of Its ICO

Raising approximately $205 during its 2017 ICO had put Filecoin among some of the top-performing blockchain-based projects, but as of lately, the parent company seems to be facing some legal issues with venture capital investors that took part in the Initial Coin Offering. Even the top crypto companies like Block.one

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    Block.one ICO Still Under US Regulation Scrutiny

Block.one ICO Still Under US Regulation Scrutiny

The largest ICO on record, that managed to raise approximately $4.1 billion in a sale lasting around a year, is still facing regulatory issues in the United States, with several class-action lawsuits claiming that Block.one (the company behind the EOS token) had been selling unregistered securities. The Tezos ICO lawsuit

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    The Tezos ICO Lawsuit Will End with a $25M Settlement

The Tezos ICO Lawsuit Will End with a $25M Settlement

A class-action lawsuit initiated by Block & Leviton law firm against the Tezos Foundation is very likely to end in August with a settlement. Tezos (XTZ) is currently one of the most promising altcoins, with approximately $1.7 billion in market capitalization. This multi-purpose platform supporting decentralized applications and smart contracts

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    DYCO to Replace ICOs and IEOs in 2020?

DYCO to Replace ICOs and IEOs in 2020?

The blockchain-based startups had constantly been looking for ways to raise funding from investors and during the past three years we’ve seen the rise of ICOs, IEOs, and STOs. Each led flows into new cryptocurrencies, but eventually prove to come with several weaknesses. A new trend is about to emerge

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    BitClave Ordered to Return ICO Funds to Investors

BitClave Ordered to Return ICO Funds to Investors

Unregistered ICOs continue to have a hard time in the United States, as the Securities and Exchange Commission continue to punish companies that have violated the Securities Law. On May 28th, the blockchain services company BitClave PTD Ltd, headquartered in San Jose, California, had been charged for a $25 million

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    The EOS ICO Faces New Allegations in the US

The EOS ICO Faces New Allegations in the US

A lot of questions are circling around big ICO projects and thus far, no company had proven to be above the law. After we’ve seen how Telegram was struggling with the SEC to prove it did not violate the Securities Law, it’s time for Block.one, the company behind the EOS

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    UK Crypto Firms Switch from ICOs to Conventional Funding

UK Crypto Firms Switch from ICOs to Conventional Funding

Blockchain-based startups in the United Kingdom had already started to use old funding methods as the ICO industry continues to be in a structural decline. Some of the latest reports are pointing out the ICO funding in 2019 dropped by a whopping 71%, with ICOs managing to raise only 200

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