Courts and Courts, Laws and Trials and 20 Crypto Jokes | Taza Khabre

This week in crypto: JPMorgan predicted a 20% drop in Bitcoin hashrate after the next halving, some argued that there is a connection between McRib, bitcoin and stocks, and while Jim Cramer predicted a strong bitcoin crash, Yann Allemann opined that a bitcoin crash should not be expected. Binance’s $1 billion industry recovery fund following the FTX disaster underperformed, while Coinbase’s trading volume fell 52% to $76 billion, marking its worst quarter low after the public listing. On the other hand, ‘The Quiet Maid’, a film financed by the sale of NFT, secured a global sales deal.

In the legal event of the crypto century, Sam Bankman-Fried’s trial began with stunning revelations, Bankman-Fried wrote a draft Twitter thread to announce the possible closure of Alameda Research two months before the collapse of FTX, Caroline Ellison made claims about ties to Alameda Research. to international government officials, and a former engineer said Alameda Research lost $200 million to several phishing attacks due to “poor security practices.” Meanwhile, a Coinbase executive said Alameda Research minted more than $39.55 billion in USDT in 2021.

Meanwhile, a Brazilian congressional committee recommended the indictment of four top Binance executives, including CZ, a US federal judge ordered mediation for the dispute between BlockFi and Three Arrows Capital over the $284 million payments , Trader Joe’s Supermarket sued the Trader Joe DEX for federal. Trademark Infringement and Ethereum DeFi Protocol BarnBridge Opened Tokenholder Voting While Facing SEC Action and Fines. Coinbase, Revolut and Binance then updated their apps to comply with new UK FCA regulations, the FCA sanctioned Binance’s UK partner RebuildingSociety.com for financial promotions and added 143 crypto exchanges to its notice list In Cyprus, authorities said they would impose heavy penalties on unregistered crypto asset service providers.

While this was happening, Circle announced plans to start minting USDC directly on the Polygon network, Bitstamp was in talks with three major European banks to offer crypto services, JPMorgan Chase struck the first blockchain-based collateral deal with BlackRock and Barclays, a consortium. of Japanese companies was to launch a yen-based digital currency in July 2024, Russia’s Central Bank argued that its digital ruble could allow citizens to pay abroad without using SWIFT, and Nigeria’s Central Bank say their digital currency the e-naira is not a threat.

Meanwhile, crypto stolen from a businessman in India was traced to accounts linked to Hamas, and Hamas received $41 million in crypto before the attack in Israel. Hong Kong police issued an alert after 11 Binance users in the region fell victim to phishing scams, Platypus Finance was the victim of a security breach that resulted in the loss of more than $2 million, crypto exchange HTX recovered $8 million lost to a recent security hack. breach, and Avalanche-based Star Arena recovered 90% of the hacked funds and offered a 10% reward.

Joke time!

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GM, Cryptoverse!

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How was your week, everyone?

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Let’s check the markets.

Source: naivememe / Twitter

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Oh, how times have changed.

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“And another one!”

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How dare you have things and be happy? what problem do you have

Source: btc_charlie / Twitter

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We have reached out to ETH holders for comment.

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Aaaand argue.

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But are they?

Source: cryptomanran / Twitter

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There was no mercy.

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You too can look like her! Fall 2023 court season.

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In case you don’t follow it.

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Looks legit.

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Every story has a twist.

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For sure.

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… i can’t even…

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sustainable

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Remember it’s a marathon.

Source: TheBTCTherapist / Twitter

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Some things are hard to believe.

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And a documentary about auditors after the audit. Live streaming with found footage.

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