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Not widely reported, but there has been significant progress on crypto regulatory clarity over the past year amongst G20. Lots more green and yellow here compared to a year ago.
Emerging consensus will drive much greater adoption. pic.twitter.com/Ruwp95YDEN
— Brian Armstrong - barmstrong.eth (@brian_armstrong) August 21, 2022
Hodlers have been moving their precious #bitcoin out of exchanges like never before following this summer's collapse of major crypto lenders.
These events undoubtedly damaged the lenders' trustworthiness, but are hodlers also losing trust in exchanges? pic.twitter.com/v4Tr0rNOaS
— Arcane Research (@ArcaneResearch) August 22, 2022
Come in and talk to who ? Set up an appointment how ? You using Calendly these days ? Since you understand crypto lending/finances, why don't you just publish bright line guidelines you would like to see and open it up for comments ? https://t.co/N3KQAnutl9
— Mark Cuban (@mcuban) August 22, 2022
Any crypto company that hires an ex-Israeli regulator is going to have to bear the scarlet letter of enabling the Celsius fraud.
i.e. all the Israeli regulators knew the inside of Celsius & did nothing. They probably knew more dirt than the US authorities.
HUGE red flag!
— Maya Zehavi (@mayazi) August 24, 2022
Instead of dismissing the lawsuit as Bitboy claimed, his lawyers have actually now filed a return of service which establishes the date on which an answer must be filed.
This is basically the opposite of dismissing it.
Either Bitboy lied or his lawyers are not listening to him. pic.twitter.com/OUCfFcUq3d
— Cobie (@cobie) August 26, 2022
Ethereum cannot be decentralized if the stack is not decentralized...
Where is the dialogue on this?
69% of hosted nodes on the Ethereum Mainnet, with over 50% of that coming from Amazon Web Services (AWS), over 15% from Hetzner and 4.1% from OVH. pic.twitter.com/eiNRekr3mw
— maggie love @ )'( (@maggielove_) August 25, 2022
Add at least 15 to 20 more fumbled ETH to my fat fingered mistakes. I placed a bid on all apes for 82 WETH instead of bidding only Pimp Coat apes, so it was a lot more than what I should’ve bid for a floor. An expensive way to get back to 60 apes! Go roast me again
— Franklin has 60 apes (@franklinisbored) August 24, 2022
1/ Cameron Redman is the alleged person responsible for the hacked NFT Twitter accounts over the past few months
Does the name ring any bells? Well it should bc in February 2020 he SIM swapped a single person for $37 million worth of Bitcoin & Bitcoin Cash
Time for a thread pic.twitter.com/jnXNkzknZn
— ZachXBT (@zachxbt) August 24, 2022
crypto NFT projects grossly underestimating the amount of work it takes to create a game will never stop being funny to me pic.twitter.com/ObIc1eMyTy
— Molly White (@molly0xFFF) August 26, 2022
So some of my sources pointed out today that if you search for "Tornado Cash Wikipedia" on @google, its page doesn't come up.
You get (and a lot of people checked this for me) "Cryptocurrency tumblers" as the first result pic.twitter.com/1c2KG96ZKO
— Brady Dale (@BradyDale) August 24, 2022
Today Coin Center published a just-the-facts explainer on how Tornado Cash works. In researching it we found yet another way in which OFAC's designation of immutable smart contracts likely exceeds its statutory authority. pic.twitter.com/DqCY7hwhAf
— Jerry Brito (@jerrybrito) August 25, 2022