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The definition of a cryptocurrency is a digital asset containing cryptographic protocols that make transactions secure and immutable. Cryptocurrencies are built on top of distributed ledger technology, blockchain — which allows it to be decentralized and immune to government control and interference. Transactions involving cryptocurrencies involve public and private keys, enabling minimal processing fees, allowing users to be able to make transfers without traditional third-party institutions.

Mark Cuban Says Crypto Startups With Good Fundamental Will Thrive
Mark Cuban, an Ethereum maximalist and owner of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team, is backing projects with positive fundamentals in the space to thrive longer.
US House Committee Chairman Seeks Insights into Crypto Retirement Plans
Bitcoin is increasingly becoming a larger part of many institutional portfolios, including pension funds. A number of public pension funds, which have been investing in private equities to increase their investment yields, are now investing in cryptocurrencies. Enables Trading of Staked Ether on Spot and Perpetual Futures Markets
To meet the diversified needs of cryptocurrency users, Singapore-based crypto exchange has launched Staked Ether (STETH) on spot and perpetual futures markets.
Crypto industry poised for growth despite low BTC price
Bitcoin struggles to trade above $20K, and market participants await a long-awaited rally to new highs with every passing day. Considering that we haven't seen this yet, are there any positives to keep crypto enthusiasts' spirits high or is everything a negative?
European Union Close in Agreeing on Crypto Regulations - Bloomberg
As the clamor for crypto regulations has continued to intensify, the European Union (EU) is close to agreeing on a comprehensive regulation that will govern the nascent digital currency ecosystem
Crypto is Very Dangerous, Says Anne Boden of Starling Bank
Anne Boden, the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Starling Bank, said cryptocurrencies are “very dangerous”, threatening the existing financial infrastructure and its status quo.
Human Rights Advocates Urge U.S. Lawmakers to Concern Crypto, Saving Crumbling Currencies
A group of human rights advocates have urged U.S. Congress members to be concerned about the role of importance of cryptocurrencies against unstable economies whose local currencies are collapsing.
Japanese Lawmakers to Introduce New Bill, Empowering Crypto Seizure
In a bid to strengthen its regulatory landscape, Japanese lawmakers are reportedly looking forward to amending the Act on Punishment of Organized Crimes and Control of Proceeds of Crime (1999)
Crypto Scams Have Swindled At Least $1B From Nearly 50,000 People Since 2021 - FTC
Despite crypto penetrating the masses from Bitcoin ATMs to Super Bowl ads, scams in this sector have been going through the roof because more than $1 billion has been lost since 2021, according to a study by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
NYAG Letitia James Warns Investors About Crypto Investment Risks
New York Attorney General, Letitia James to issue a new guidance on the risks inherent in the crypto industry

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