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EU seeks deal on ground-breaking rules to regulate crypto
Europe · Brussels

EU seeks deal on ground-breaking rules to regulate crypto

53% Center coverage: 17 sources
EU negotiators signed a provisional agreement late Wednesday for the 27-nation bloc's first rules on tracing transfers of crypto assets like bitcoin. When a crypto asset changes hands, information on both the source and the beneficiary would have to be stored on both sides of the transfer. The EU institutions are working out the technical details before the rules receive final approval.See the Story
N.Korea may be behind new $100 mln cryptocurrency hack, experts say
Hacking · New York

N.Korea may be behind new $100 mln cryptocurrency hack, experts say

39% Left coverage: 13 sources
North Korean hackers are most likely behind an attack last week that stole as much as $100 million in cryptocurrency from a U.S. company. U.N. sanctions monitors says Pyongyang uses the stolen funds to support its nuclear and missile programmes. The style of attack and high velocity of structured payments to a mixer is similar to previous attacks that were attributed to North Korea.See the Story
Crypto crash threatens North Korea's stolen funds as it ramps up weapons tests
Business · Pyongyang

Crypto crash threatens North Korea's stolen funds as it ramps up weapons tests

78% Center coverage: 9 sources
The recent crypto market turmoil has wiped out millions of dollars from the country's stolen crypto portfolio. North Korea leads the world in crypto crime, with over 15 documented instances of cyber theft amounting to $1.59 billion in stolen funds. The value of the stolen Ether (ETH) has plummeted to $230 million in the current market, a decline of over 60%.See the Story

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Cryptocurrencies are a clear danger: RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das

75% Right coverage: 4 sources
The RBI's 25th Financial Stability Report (FSR) said the growing threat of the crypto-assets ecosystem warrants drastic approaches by national authoritiesSee the Story
US & Canada · New York

Bitcoin Drops to Nearly $19K as Fed Renews Inflation Warnings

67% Right coverage: 6 sources
Bitcoin slipped 1% to trade just below the US$20,000 level on Thursday morning in London. Several altcoins did worse, with Solana and Polygon falling around 6%. The drumbeat of bad news adds up to a stinging rebuke of the crypto ethos of unbridled speculation.See the Story
Business · New York

Buckle Up: How investors can deal with crypto turbulence

57% Right coverage: 7 sources
When Doug Milnes started buying cryptocurrencies in January of this year, he felt like it could become an entirely new asset class for investors.See the Story
Cryptocurrency · Japan

Lenskart acquires majority stake in eyewear brand Owndays in $400 million deal – TechCrunch

67% Right coverage: 3 sources
India's Lenskart is buying a majority stake in Japan's Owndays. The deal will create one of Asia's biggest online retailers of eyewear. The firms did not disclose the financial terms of the deal, but a person familiar with the matter said the merger values 32-year business Ownday at $400 million.See the Story

Copper heads for biggest quarterly plunge since 2011

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
Copper prices fell on Thursday and marked their biggest quarterly slump since 2011 as COVID lockdowns in China and slowing economic growth curtailed demand.See the Story

Russia’s Financial Watchdog Investigates 400 Crypto-Related Cases, Director Tells Putin – Regulation Bitcoin News

Rosfinmonitoring is conducting hundreds of investigations into cases involving cryptocurrencies. Hundreds of thousands of Russians take part in crypto deals abroad, the top regulator also reported to the Russian president. Law enforcement authorities have already initiated 20 criminal cases related to digital assets. Russia is yet to fully regulate its crypto space with a law on Digital Currency.See the Story
European Union

Cryptocurrency: EU tightens rules for crypto transactions

The EU wants to take stricter action against money laundering with cryptocurrency. A law is intended to make crypto transfers traceable.See the Story

Xuxa's daughter lost $230,000 in a scam and denounced the “Sheikh” of cryptocurrencies in Brazil

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Sasha Meneghel and her husband invested in a company owned by businessman Francis da Silva and went to justice to report it. The video on a yacht that shows the good relationship they had with the now accusedSee the Story

Cryptocurrencies: hacks already cost over a billion dollars in 2022 › Geeky News

A study by KPMG France shows that the amounts stolen by hackers are on the rise. The audit and consulting firm published its cybersecurity study for blockchain and cryptocurrencies in 2022. It reveals that decentralized finance infrastructure and application hacks resulted in a loss of nearly $1.2 billion in the first half of the year.See the Story

DSP warning citizens of cryptocurrency scam

DELAWARE – Delaware State Police are warning the public of an increase in scams involving the use of cryptocurrency (“crypto”) ATM machines and quick response (“QR” codes). Police say they have seen a recent increase in scams where the victim is directed to local crypto ATMs and/or stores that authorize QR crypto payments. Criminal perpetrators reportedly leverage victims to send...See the Story

RBI Identifies Crypto As A Systemic Risk

The Reserve Bank of India has added cryptocurrencies as a possible risk in its latest Systemic Risk Survey, concluded in May. The risk survey, which has been detailed in the central bank's financial stability report released on Thursday, places crypto assets under the medium risk category."Cryptocurrencies are a clear danger.See the Story
European Union

EU bodies agree to ban anonymous bitcoin transfers

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
In future, the EU is taking stronger action against money laundering with cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. Member States and parliament have agreed on identification requirements for crypto platforms — regardless of the amount.See the Story

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