Wanted Crypto Founder Do Kwon Says He Is 'Not On The Run

Today's News

Welcome to the news roundup for September 19, 2022. In today's edition, we've got stories on the South Korean founder of a failed cryptocurrency denying he is 'on the run', the costs and benefits of our government being older than it is today, and a recommendation from the Treasury to explore the creation of a digital dollar. We also have stories on crypto miners shutting down rigs and selling GPUs, after Ethereum's Merge made GPU-based mining unprofitable, and on the launch of a crypto exchange backed by Wall Street.


  • The founder of a failed South Korean cryptocurrency denies he is 'on the run.'
  • The costs, benefits, and dangers of an older US government.
  • The Treasury recommends exploring the creation of a digital dollar.
  • 10 suggested reads for the Sunday.
  • Many cryptocurrency miners are shutting down rigs and selling GPUs.
  • Has Hollywood given up on NFTs after the crypto crash?
  • What the launch of a Wall Street-backed crypto exchange means for Coinbase.
  • 3 cryptocurrencies to buy and hold forever.
  • Ethereum's merge is done: now what?
  • Why ApeCoin is rising today.
  • Another Fed rate hike is coming: 3 bank stocks that will benefit.
  • Australia news live updates: world leaders arrive for Queen's funeral.
  • Cryptocurrency prices swing after 'one domino falls.'
  • Biden's crypto clampdown puts digital assets on notice.
  • Institutions are still 'wait-and-see' with Ethereum.
  • Ezra Miller's 'Messiah' delusions: inside the Flash star's dark spiral.
  • Product releases for September 18, 2022.
  • New carbon tracking tool for trees.
  • Are quantum computers a threat to cryptocurrency?
  • SEC, Ripple call for immediate ruling in suit over whether XRP sales violated securities laws.
  • Robinhood vs. Webull vs. Fidelity: which is best for your cash?
  • Fidelity vs. M1 Finance: which makes sense for you?
  • Ethereum whale abruptly moves over $145M in ETH.