Tags : Transactions

Regulation

US courts deny the SEC to view records related to

 The discovery phase of the lawsuit against Ripple Labs continues as Magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn denied, in part, the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) request for additional discovery. Ripple’s fair notice defense, which the SEC unsuccessfully moved to strike, is built around the US SEC actions and not its own conduct, since the company […]Read More

Regulation

U.S. SEC brings Ripple (XRP) transactions under scrutiny

SEC claims “no document” exists as new twist emerges in Ripple (XRP) case The Ripple verses SEC lawsuit has the United States Securities and Exchanges Commission deny possession of internal documents relating to Bitcoin, Ethereum, or XRP, as they relate to securities, a filing on Court Listener reads. 2 min read → Source linkRead More

Regulation

South Korea aims to “pay special attention” to Bitcoin and

South Korea’s regulators have announced a new crackdown on crypto-related illegal activity amidst the ongoing digital assets trading boom, local news outlet Yonhap News Agency reported today. “There is a need to pay special attention to the occurrence of illegal activities using virtual assets,” said Koo Yun-cheol, head of the Office for Government Policy Coordination, […]Read More

Blockchain

One Big Pool: Balancer’s New Version Cuts Down Transactions and

It doesn’t take a software engineer to understand why the new version of Balancer marks a cool innovation in on-chain trading for Ethereum tokens. Balancer, a non-custodial portfolio manager, is releasing version 2.0, which puts all the assets entrusted to it in one big vault. This should dramatically reduce gas fees for decentralized finance (DeFi) […]Read More