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Binance FUD is starting to heat up
Binance FUD is starting to heat up in regards to their reserves. Then, speculation about money laundering charges surface again. The Block CEO received funding from SBF without any other Block employees knowing. SBF will be joining the Congressional hearing tomorrow virtually.
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Algorand (+57): Folks Finance V2 launched on Algorand
NEO (+112): Released Neo-CLI v3.5 with the most notable improvement is the ability to load dynamic scripts at contract runtime
Maker (+72): Increasing savings rate to 1% tomorrow
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Lots of FUD circulating around Binance and it’s reserves. Causing many to withdraw funds
US Prosecutors considering charging Binance and Executives for possible money laundering and sanctions violations
Do Kwon allegedly hiding out in Serbia? I’m sure he’ll comment on this, just give him 24 hours or so
FTX CEO John Ray prepared statement for tomorrow’s hearing
SBF expressed interest in forming a new venture to help “pay back the customers he owes money.” But, who would give him their money now?
SBF will not attend the Senate Banking Committee’s hearing tomorrow, he said later in a tweet that he couldn’t deal with the paparazzi so he will join remotely. Sure Sam.
Reports came out late Friday that FTX had given multiple (~$40M) loans to The Block CEO, Michael McCaffrey, which he used for funding of the company and purchased real estate in the Bahamas.
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