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Gemini says DCG at risk on defaulting on $630M debt obligations
Take a look at a couple of addresses that became millionaires buying a meme coin. Is the US Federal Government trying to kill crypto? Hacker is selling Coinbase accounts for cheap. Microstrategy purchased a lot of Bitcoin in Q1. A new Crypto show is set to air in June. Members of Congress say SEC Chair is driving firms overseas.
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This is why crypto is so great; you can literally buy a couple of hundred dollars of an alt/meme coin and become a millionaire within two weeks (not financial advice, it requires more luck than being good)
The answer is yes. It appears the Federal Government is trying to kill off crypto
Hackers are selling Coinbase accounts on the dark web for as low as $610
Some members of Congress feel SEC Chair Gensler is driving jobs and crypto firms overseas with his latest crackdown
Everyone is screaming this, the US needs new crypto regulation and clearer guidance, or they are going to risk losing thousands of jobs for the American people
DCG is at risk of defaulting on $630M in debt obligations, according to Gemini
Popular crypto analyst says historic Bitcoin bull run is underway (fingers crossed gif)
Microstrategy bought nearly $209M Bitcoin in Q1 while repaying loan to Silvergate
‘Killer Whale’ - crypto’s version of ‘Shark Tank’ set to launch this June