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FTX's chief says Bitcoin has no future as a payments network: FT
FTX Founder and Chief Executive Sam Bankman-Fried said Bitcoin may still have a future as "an asset, a commodity and a store of value" like gold.
Global crypto regulation body likely in next year, top official says
The wild volatility of cryptocurrency markets this week has alarmed financial watchdogs, and clearer rules may be coming soon.
Does the crypto market crash pose a threat to the financial system?
As Bitcoin and other digital currencies become more mainstream, what is the risk that a crypto selloff can shake traditional financial markets?
Uber cuts spending, reduces hiring as tech stocks lose their shine
The rideshare company's stock price has fallen over 43 per cent since it first went public in 2019.
EU is banning Russia's biggest bank from SWIFT. Here's why it matters
The European Commission announced it was stepping up a ban on Russian banks accessing the financial transaction system SWIFT. Here's what it means.
Will Ethereum's delayed merge keep it from overtaking Bitcoin?
The number two crypto was meant to undergo an historic "merge" in June. Some said it would push Ethereum's value past Bitcoin. But it's late.
Meta to move into finance with 'Zuck bucks' and 'creator coins'
Meta is reportedly working on Facebook NFTs and 'reputation tokens' but likely won't move into crypto.
The UK is minting its own NFT
Britain's Royal Mint will produce the NFT as part of government plans to "get in on the ground floor" of crypto.
Twitter options saw a rush of trades before Elon Musk sale went public
"If I was a regulator, I would be looking into these trades," one options analyst said.
Where in Europe is the most 'crypto curious' country in the world?
Around 17% of people in Europe have taken to crypto, which is similar to other developed nations, but lags behind the global average of 23%.
UK tightens rules on 'misleading and irresponsible' crypto ads
Adverts for crypto assets and exchanges will have to display warnings about financial risk and highlight that the industry is unregulated in Britain.
Crypto investors risk losing everything, EU regulators warn
The unregulated crypto industry is a risky place for investors, three of the European Union's financial regulators warned.
This new award wants to become the ‘Nobel Prize’ for young naturalists
The Iris Project’s creators say that just a small amount of money can make a huge difference to young people fighting to save nature.