New York Attorney General Letitia James issued an alert to cryptocurrency investors and a strongly worded warning to industry participants.
Bitcoin started March nicely but whether it can match its previous winning streak is yet to be seen.
FINRA, the SEC and the New York Attorney General’s Office are all making enquiries with the trading app provider.
In a closely watched case with wide-ranging implications for the crypto market, Tether has admitted no wrongdoing and will provide reports on USDT’s reserve composition for two years.
Backed by CipherTrace, TRISA looks to get virtual asset service providers (VASPs) ready for new anti-money laundering rules.
Coinseed allegedly bilked investors of $1 million through false statements, hidden fees and a flopped token.
The hackers allegedly stole over $1.3 billion overall through various schemes.
The SEC’s case over allegedly unlawful sales of XRP by Ripple to retail investors is entering the discovery phase.
Joseph Chase Oaks allegedly used SIM-swap hacks to access victim’s online accounts between August 2018 and October 2019.
The NYU economist also warned bitcoin could “collapse” if Tether and Bitfinex are indicted this year.