Today's top stories in the cryptocurrency world include a major exchange being sued for mistakenly sending a woman $10 million, another exchange being pressed by Congress for details on how it combats scams, and a well-known figure in the industry giving his thoughts on the current state of the market.
Crypto.com Accidentally Sends Woman $10.5 Million Instead of $100
- someone was mistakenly refunded $7.2 million by Crypto.com
- Congress is investigating cryptocurrency exchanges for details on how they are fighting scams
- Crypto.com gave a woman a $10.5 million refund by mistake and now wants the money back
- OpenSea removed hackers from its platform for claiming to mint NFTs of a Belarusian dictator's stolen passport
- a crypto exchange is suing a woman after sending her $10 million by mistake
- Sam Bankman-Fried says his bailouts of sputtering crypto firms were snap judgments and the results have been mixed
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- woman was forced to sell her house after a crypto exchange refunded her $7.2 million by mistake
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- Why VC Jocelyn Cheng, the CEO of Luno Expeditions, believes the next big opportunities for crypto are in Kenya, Nigeria, and other emerging markets
Crypto.com refunded someone $7.2 million by mistake
When Australian woman Thevamanogari Manivel put in a Crypto.com refund request last year, she got far more than she bargained for. Manivel asked for a refund of $100 AUD (now worth around $68 USD). Instead, seemingly due to an employee entering her account …
Crypto.com Gave a Woman a $10.5 Million Refund and Now It Wants It Back
What would you do if a company accidentally sent you millions in dollars you never asked for? Well, Australia-based news outlet 7News reported Tuesday that Crypto.com, one of the most high-profile crypto platforms in the world, had made an extremely expensive…
OpenSea Boots Hackers for Claiming to Mint NFTs of Belarusian Dictator's Stolen Passport
An eastern European hacktivist group claims to have hacked the passport information of every single person in Belarus, including its autocratic leader, Alexander Lukashenko, who has referred to himself as the “last dictator of Europe.” After allegedly stealin…
Crypto Exchange Sues Woman After Sending Her $10 Million by Mistake
A woman received $10.5 million in an accidental transaction from popular cryptocurrency platform Crypto.com -- and then allegedly spent it on a luxury home, according to reports. Decrypt: Two sisters in Melbourne, Australia, are now being chased by the courts…
Woman forced to sell 4-bed house after crypto exchange wrongly refunded $7.2m
Payment from Crypto.com was off by five zeroes because bank account number was mistakenly entered An Australian woman has been sued after she received part of an erroneous refund from a cryptocurrency exchange – erroneous by five zeroes – that it failed to no…
Three Ways How Blockchain Technology Is Already Changing The Lives Of Thousands Of Workers In Emerging Countries
Blockchain technology provides a global network for cheap and fast transfer of digital assets, built on top of the internet. Creating new ways to earn money and allowing people to be part of a global financial system, without needing a bank account. Are we wi…