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Web3 in 2023: 6 Trends Towards The Path of Sanity

In the post-FTX scandal era, the Web3 rules are changing.

Nitin Kumar

From Enron to Bernie Madoff to FTX, This Oil Tycoon Lost Billions to Bad Investments and Ponzi Schemes

The Belfer family joins those who lost big in the FTX collapse, including Tom Brady and New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft.

Sam Silverman

Why It's Time For Your Business To Accept Crypto Payments

When done right, crypto payments can be a gold mine for businesses. Isn't it time you got on board?

Richard Iamunno

'I Didn't Steal Funds, and I Certainly Didn't Stash Billions Away': Sam Bankman-Fried Speaks for the First Time Since His Arrest

The disgraced FTX founder seemingly laid out his defense in a lengthy blog post as he faces several fraud charges.

Sam Silverman

How This Digital Currency Will Transform The World and Benefit Cashless Societies

Despite common misconceptions, CBDCs offer unique value as vehicles for financial reform capable of improving the lives of those who need it most.

Sergey Shashev

5 Things to Expect from Crypto in 2023

Let's look at five trends we can expect for blockchain and crypto in 2023.

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$465 Million of Robinhood Shares Linked to FTX's Sam Bankman-Fried Are in Question — What Now?

Bankman-Fried and FTX co-founder Gary Wang borrowed more than half a billion dollars to purchase a nearly 7.6% stake in the stock-trading app.

Amanda Breen

Sam Bankman-Fried Pleads Not Guilty To Fraud Charges

The co-founder of now-disgraced cryptocurrency companies FTX Group and Alameda Research appeared in court in Manhattan on Tuesday.

'F– SBF' Projected On FTX Arena in Miami on New Year's Eve

Miami-Dade County wants out of its naming rights deal with FTX and has already removed some signage. But the disgraced crypto company still owes the county millions, including a $5.5 million payment scheduled for January.