Despite no Tether execs being officially implicated in any crimes, their proximity to various illegal activities is still noteworthy.
Despite a strict order to cease operations and pay a $1M fine by the SEC, Mila Kunis-backed Stoner Cats have skyrocketed in value.
Rapper Soulja Boy has lost a lawsuit by default while main defendants Justin Sun and BitTorrent are expected to respond within a week.
Fortress Trust claimed that its hack resulted in “no loss of funds,” but Ripple statements say the acquisition will make “customers whole.”
Elon Musk promised to share ad revenue when he purchased Twitter. Turns out, he’s probably withholding 99% of revenue from X creators.
- Tether executives have brushed shoulders with crime since its inception
- Floor price of Stoner Cats NFTs up 250% after SEC action
- Soulja Boy and Austin Mahone lose to SEC, Justin Sun still to respond
- Fortress Trust says ‘no loss of funds’ as its customers’ crypto was stolen
- X keeps 99% of ad revenue from most creator payouts
- David Bailey accuses Barry Silbert of using customer funds to pump GBTC
- Joseph Bankman warned Scaramucci about FTX
- Family office Nima Capital unofficially exits from Synapse token
- Another Binance executive jumps ship amid regulatory woes