Ukraine’s ‘Largest Illegal’ Mining Facility May Have Been a FIFA Bot Farm

A data center busted by Ukrainian law enforcement this month for suspected electricity theft may have had a purpose different from mining cryptocurrencies. Ukraine’s security service described the facility as the “largest... Read more »

Survey Indicates Most Salvadorans Have Bitcoin Doubts

Key Takeaways A Disruptiva survey found that most Salvadorans disapprove of the government’s new Bitcoin legislation.  Additionally, 46% of respondents said they knew “nothing” about Bitcoin. The Salvadoran government will need to... Read more »

64 Cryptocurrency Firms Have Withdrawn Applications to Operate in UK, FCA Says

A growing number of crypto firms in the U.K. are withdrawing their applications to register with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Around 64 firms have already withdrawn their applications and will not... Read more »

US Regulators Have Imposed $2.5 Billion Penalties on Crypto Firms and Individuals

A new report shows that U.S. regulators have imposed fines and penalties totaling $2.5 billion on crypto firms and individuals so far. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has imposed the... Read more »

The Dogecoin Bubble May Have Finally Popped

Key Takeaways Dogecoin started the year at $0.004, and the price grew to $0.74, an astounding return of 18500%. The prevailing market conditions are incredibly risky for holders of meme projects like... Read more »