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  • Bitcoin ATMs Face Tighter Regulations Over Money Laundering
    Cointelegraph.com News - 1 hour ago
    The global regulatory landscape is tightening for crypto ATM operators. Experts predict that Bitcoin ATMs (BATMs) will face stricter regulations worldwide, with countries including Canada and Germany already moving to tighten up anti-money laundering requirements.A June 2 report from CipherTrace estimates that 74% of transactions made from U.S.-based Bitcoin ATMs were sent…
  • Volatility: $230M in BitMEX Liquidations Hit Bulls and Bears Alike
    Cointelegraph.com News - 2 hours ago
    The extreme volatility of the past 24 hours has seen $230 million in both longs and shorts liquidated on BitMEX. The recent volatility in the Bitcoin (BTC) markets has left both bulls and bears facing significant liquidations, with almost $223 million in 24-hour margin calls on leading derivatives exchange BitMEX being evenly…
  • Vitalik Tells CZ to Think Bigger: Crypto is More Than Just ‘Protest’ Money
    Cointelegraph.com News - 3 hours ago
    The Ethereum co-founder says the crypto community needs to get with the times. Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin says the current financial crisis is very different to the 2008 Global Financial Crisis that Bitcoin emerged from — and that the crypto community needs to adjust its thinking accordingly. Writing in a Twitter thread on…
  • Adam Back: Crisis Will Push BTC to $300K Even Without Institutions
    Cointelegraph.com News - 4 hours ago
    Crypto pioneer Adam Back thinks the current financial situation could propel Bitcoin to $300K — even without Goldman Sachs on board. Blockstream’s Adam Back says that unlimited money printing will drive retail investors towards Bitcoin and push the price to $300,000 within five years.In an interview with Bloomberg — in which he…
  • Capitulation by Unknown Miner 'Caused the Dip,' Says CryptoQuant CEO
    Cointelegraph.com News - 6 hours ago
    The CEO of CryptoQuant believes that capitulation by an unknown miner caused the latest Bitcoin price dip. According to Ki Young Ju, CEO of CryptoQuant, capitulation by an unknown mining pool was responsible for the latest market dip.The miner who has produced 51 blocks over the past four days may be capitulating,…

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