Crypto lending company Voyager settles with executives, Silvergate stock tumbles, and a new Bitcoin-focused VC firm raises $30M. Meanwhile, the SEC investigates the creator of Bored Apes, and the EU Commission calls for crypto mining regulation.
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Crypto lender Voyager settles with executives who approved risky loan
Crypto lender Voyager Digital has agreed to settle claims against company executives who approved a risky nearly $1 billion loan to failed crypto hedge fund Three Arrows Capital (3AC) after minimal due diligence, a misstep that contributed to Voyager's own ba…
The Quiet Political Rise of David Sacks, Silicon Valley’s Prophet of Urban Doom
Last month, Chesa Boudin, the former district attorney of San Francisco, spoke with the leftist podcaster and political commentator Katie Halper on YouTube about the recall campaign that removed him from office in June. Soon after taking office in January 202…
Growing Popularity of Cash-Margined Bitcoin Futures Suggests That Crypto 'Liquidation Cascades' Might Become Rare
Cash-margined contracts are relatively concise and not mathematically convex, making them easier for retail investors to understand and easier for exchanges to liquidate, one volatility trader said.
Why America’s oldest bank launched a crypto custody service
The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation (BNY Mellon) has gone live with an electronic platform that stores and protects cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin and ether. The 238-year-old bank’s new Digital Asset Custody platform currently allows its US clients …