The Bear Market Comes for Crypto CEOs

Today's News

In today's news, we see a variety of headlines ranging from topics such as the Liverpool football club expanding its partnership with the NFT fantasy sports startup Sorare, to JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon slamming crypto tokens as 'decentralized Ponzi schemes.' We also see a story about how the popular YouTuber 'dunkey' is starting his own indie publishing company called Bigmode.


  • Liverpool announces expanded partnership with Sorare, a leading NFT fantasy sports startup.
  • The Fiver covers the latest news on Scotland's top football team.
  • Over 260 of the most promising startups of 2022 are profiled in this roundup, including those in the edtech, fintech, crypto, and proptech sectors.
  • Coinbase has been testing a group to speculate on crypto assets, according to sources.
  • Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase, has called crypto tokens "decentralized Ponzi schemes."
  • US stocks drop for a third day as Treasury yields rise and recession fears grow after the Federal Reserve raises interest rates.
  • JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon calls crypto tokens like Bitcoin "decentralized Ponzi schemes."
  • Five overhyped stocks on Wall Street that investors should avoid right now.
  • Videogamedunkey, a popular YouTuber, is starting an indie publishing company called Bigmode.
  • Expanding access to the future of work with crypto payouts.
  • Alex Jones managed to shill products and ask for crypto donations while testifying in court.
  • Cambodian authorities crack down on cyber slavery amid international pressure.
  • Dubai's crypto regulator grants Binance a license to offer domestic bank accounts, an asset exchange, payments and custody services, and more.
  • South Korea details more "abnormal" foreign exchange transactions, most related to crypto, bringing the total to $7.2B since June; 72% went to Hong Kong.
  • immunefi, which helps crypto services create bug bounty programs, raised a $24M Series A led by Framework Ventures.
  • Sources: Coinbase hired Wall Street traders and explored using its own cash to trade crypto in 2021, including a $100M transaction.
  • Iran’s protesters have had enough after Mahsa Amini’s death.
  • The bear market comes for crypto CEOs.
  • Now that Ethereum's merge happened, what's next?
  • Transcript: Former CFTC Chair on How to Regulate Stablecoins Without Passing Any New Laws
  • The SPAC King Folds, Ending the Blank-Check Frenzy
  • Mysterious Black Janitor Annoyed To Be Wasting His Folk Wisdom On White Man Asking Crypto Advice
  • Why Ethereum Underperformed Altcoins Today
  • What Does 'To The Moon' Mean in Cryptocurrency?
  • This Popular Crypto Could Double in Value in 2023
  • What Is a 51% Attack?
  • Is Moore’s law actually dead this time? Nvidia seems to think so.