JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon: Bitcoin Is a Fraud, There’s No Hope for BTC as a Currency

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon has doubled down on his anti-bitcoin stance, emphasizing that the crypto is a fraud with no future as a currency. “It’s a Ponzi scheme,” the executive stressed. However, despite his strong opinion about bitcoin, JPMorgan is an authorized participant for Blackrock’s spot bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF). Dimon, while advising investors […]

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Worldcoin Rejects Buenos Aires’ Claims Regarding Abusive User Contract Clauses

Worldcoin, the digital biometric identification project, has rejected the claims made by Buenos Aires regarding possible infringements of customer protection laws. The organization told local sources that it answered Buenos Aires’ requirements since January to show the transparency it exercises in its operations. Worldcoin might face a deeper investigation if a local proposal gets approved. […]

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Crypto.com CEO: Bitcoin Price Dip Likely After Halving but ‘Great Performance’ Within 6 Months

The chief executive of Crypto.com has warned of some selling coming up as we approach the Bitcoin halving, citing the “buy the rumor, sell the news” strategy. Noting that what’s happening in the bitcoin market currently resembles previous cycles, he stressed: “I personally expect great performance within the next six months.” ‘There May Be Some […]

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Nebraska Man Faces 50 Years for Multi-Million Dollar Cryptojacking Scheme

United States prosecutors have charged Charles O. Parks III with wire fraud and money laundering after he allegedly ran a “large-scale illegal ‘cryptojacking’ operation,” defrauding two cloud computing providers out of $3.5 million to mine $970,000 in cryptocurrencies such as ether, litecoin, and monero without authorization. Parks, who was arrested in Nebraska and faces up […]

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Coinbase Challenges SEC’s Definition of ‘Investment Contracts’ in Crypto Transactions

In a recent legal challenge, Coinbase has filed a brief with the Southern District of New York, seeking permission for an interlocutory appeal against the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s expansive interpretation of what constitutes an “investment contract” in digital asset transactions. This pivotal case could set significant precedents for the cryptocurrency industry in the […]

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