ChatGPT NSFW refers to a version or usage of the ChatGPT language model tailored for generating or discussing mature or explicit content. "NSFW" stands for "Not Safe For Work," indicating content that might be inappropriate or offensive, especially in professional or public settings. The emergence of ChatGPT NSFW has sparked significant discussions across various platforms. Users, especially on platforms like Reddit, have expressed a desire for a less restricted mode of the AI, specifically designed for mature themes. This interest underscores the broader debate about the boundaries and ethics of AI-generated content. While some advocate for the freedom to explore all facets of content generation, including NSFW, others raise concerns about potential misuse and the ethical implications of such content. The balance between user freedom, content appropriateness, and ethical considerations remains a central issue in discussions about ChatGPT NSFW. As AI continues to evolve, the demand for clear guidelines and responsible usage becomes increasingly paramount, especially in areas like NSFW content generation.

TikTok Crypto Influencers Mislead Viewers
More than one-third of cryptocurrency influencers on TikTok have posted misleading videos about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, according to a recent study. Many of these influencers fail to provide disclaimers warning users about the risks of investing in cryptocurrencies. Moreover, many are pushing services and investments for their own profit, without disclosing the payments they receive. The potential financial risks for unwary investors are high, with one in three misleading videos on TikTok mentioning Bitcoin. Viewers are advised to do their own research before making any investments.
Terraform Labs co-founder defends against SEC allegations
Do Kwon, co-founder of Terraform Labs, has defended himself against allegations of fraud from the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Kwon’s lawyers have requested the dismissal of the lawsuit, claiming that the SEC's allegations are unfounded and that US law prohibits regulators from asserting jurisdiction over the digital assets in question. The lawyers also argued that the SEC failed to prove Kwon’s involvement in the collapse of Terra’s stablecoin, UST.
Terraform Labs Co-Founder Argues Against SEC Lawsuit
Terraform Labs co-founder, Do Kwon's lawyers have argued in court against the SEC's lawsuit for illegally offering unregistered securities. The lawyers claim the SEC's acquisitions are unfounded and that the stablecoin in question is a currency, not a security. Additionally, Kwon's arrest and subsequent extradition remain uncertain.
AI Companies Respond to Copyright Infringement Claims
Stability AI, Midjourney, and DeviantArt have responded to a lawsuit brought by artists who claim that their work was used without permission to train generative AI systems. The companies argue that the resulting AI-generated images are dissimilar to the artists’ work, and that the lawsuit lacks specific information about the allegedly misused photos.
NFT Co-Founder Faces Lawsuit Over Crypto Wallet Dispute
Rebase co-founder Edmond Truong is being sued by Krzysztof Gagacki, who claims to be a co-founder of the nonfungible token (NFT) project. Gagacki alleges that Truong misappropriated $2 million into a separate wallet owned and controlled by him without his consent, ousting Gagacki from the firm and causing damage to his reputation.
XRP Not a Security According to Hogan
Jeremy Hogan, partner at Hogan & Hogan, argues that Ripple’s XRP does not fit the definition of an investment contract and is therefore not a security. The SEC lawsuit against Ripple claims that the company illegally sold XRP as an unregistered security, but Hogan argues that the SEC has not demonstrated an implied or explicit investment contract.
Sphere 3D Sues Gryphon Digital Mining Over Alleged Spoofing Attack
Sphere 3D has filed a lawsuit against Gryphon Digital Mining over an alleged spoofing attack that resulted in the irregular transfer of Bitcoin. Gryphon's CEO allegedly wired 18 BTC in January to a fraudster posing as Sphere 3D's chief financial officer through a spoofing attack.
Crypto Miner Sphere 3D Sues Partner over Alleged Bitcoin Spoofing Attack
Sphere 3D, a crypto miner, has filed a lawsuit against Gryphon Digital Mining, its partner, after an alleged spoofing attack led to the irregular transfer of Bitcoin. Gryphon CEO allegedly wired BTC to a fraudster posing as Sphere 3D's CFO. Sphere 3D accuses Gryphon of violating their contractual duties and putting the company's assets at significant risk.
Musk Requests Dismissal of $258 Billion Dogecoin Pyramid Scheme Lawsuit
Elon Musk and his legal team have requested the dismissal of a $258 billion lawsuit accusing him of operating a pyramid scheme to promote the cryptocurrency Dogecoin. Musk's lawyers dismissed the lawsuit as a "fanciful work of fiction" in a federal court hearing on March 31.
Binance faces investor backlash and Bitcoin withdrawals following CFTC lawsuit
Binance CEO, Changpeng Zhao, denies market manipulation allegations made by the CFTC. However, investors withdrew over 3,400 BTC from Binance within 24 hours of the lawsuit announcement, leading to a decrease in Binance's total Bitcoin balance while competing exchanges saw an increase.

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