Circle and Tether executives have engaged in a series of increasingly public spats as the firms vie for control of the stablecoin market.
Erik Gutierrez Martinez posed as an attorney to trick a casino worker into handing over money via an ATM, in a restaurant, and at a garage.
Minutes after the hack, the account also claimed that Donald Trump Sr was dead and said “when I become president I am going to burn the SEC.”
Real-world adoption of PayPal’s stablecoin PYUSD has been sluggish with just $45M in reserves reported so far.
UK police can currently freeze crypto they suspect is linked to crimes such as drug trafficking and terrorism, but they can’t confiscate it.
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- 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
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