Crypto lending platform BlockFi said on Saturday that an unauthorized third party had gained access to some of its customer data. Personal information including names, emails and phone numbers for a “majority” of its clients could have been accessed.
In the last 24 hours, the global cryptocurrency market capitalization increased by 3.64 percent to $1.88 trillion. In response to the recent volatility trend, the global crypto market continues to fluctuate. As a result of the recent developments, we are seeing a combination of bearish and bullish swings in several currencies. Despite strong signals of bearish movement, Ethereum and several other altcoins retain their bullishness.
Privatbank, the largest commercial bank in Ukraine, has temporarily halted transfers in national currency to digital asset exchanges. The financial institution explained the move with restrictions imposed by the country’s central bank under the current martial law.
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U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren and 10 other lawmakers have introduced the “Digital Asset Sanctions Compliance Enhancement Act of 2022.” The bill “would place sweeping restrictions on persons who build, operate, and use cryptocurrency networks even if they have no knowledge or intent to help evade sanctions,” an expert said.
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Binance confirmed in an undertaking to the Ontario Securities Commission, or OSC, in Canada dated Wednesday that the crypto exchange will cease activities involving Ontario residents. Binance will also stop opening new Ontario accounts, and provide fee waivers and reimbursements to certain Ontario users under the administration of a third party, the company said.