Investors shifting toward lower-risk crypto yields: Block Earner GM

[ad_1] Block Earner, an Australian fintech company, says the fall of Terra Luna in May has led to “positive surprises” for his company, with investors beginning to find their way toward the lower-risk crypto yield products they offer. Speaking to Cointelegraph, the company’s general manager Apurva Chiranewala revealed that the company has seen a surge of investors previously seeking double-digit returns but now wants a “less risky version” of those returns.

LidoDAO rejects sale of 10M LDO tokens to Dragonfly Capital

[ad_1] LidoDAO, the governance body that controls Lido Finance, has voted to reject a proposal that would have sent 1% of the LDO token supply to Dragonfly Capital in exchange for about $14.5 million in DAI.LDO is the native token on the Lido Finance protocol, which issues the Lido Staked Ether (stETH) token. DAI is the dollar-pegged stablecoin issued by the Maker Protocol. If it had passed, crypto VC Dragonfly

The battle between crypto bulls and bears shows hope for the future

[ad_1] The blockchain space is seeing some areas of strength despite the perceived downturn in the market. The perpetual futures funding rates for Bitcoin (BTC) and Ether (ETH) have flipped back to positive on major exchanges, which shows bullish sentiment among derivatives traders. In addition, Bitcoin started trading below its cost basis, which has marked previous areas of market bottoms. In contrast, June saw decentralized finance (DeFi) experience a 33%

3 signs Bitcoin price is forming a potential ‘macro bottom’

[ad_1] Bitcoin (BTC) could be in the process of bottoming after gaining 25%, based on several market signals. BTC's price has rallied roughly 25% after dropping to around $17,500 on June 18. The upside retrace came after a 75% correction when measured from its November 2021 high of $69,000.BTC/USD daily price chart. Source: TradingViewThe recovery seems modest, however, and carries bearish continuation risks due to prevailing macroeconomic headwinds (rate hike, inflation, etc.)

Chipotle takes ‘buy the dip’ literally with new $200K crypto giveaway

[ad_1] United States-based fast casual restaurant chain Chipotle has started an online game which will give customers the chance to win more than $200,000 in crypto.In a Monday announcement, Chipotle said that through July 31 fans would be able to play its "Buy The Dip" — and “eat the dip” — game using their rewards accounts. The company will give away $45,000 in Bitcoin (BTC), $10,000 in Ether (ETH), $13,750

CFTC will remodel LabCFTC, education office to increase regulatory efficiency

[ad_1] The United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), the regulatory agency that shares the main crypto regulatory responsibility with the Securities Exchange Commission, will undergo restructuring to become more proactive and comprehensive, CFTC chair Rostin Behnam announced July 25. LabCFTC, which was described as “the focal point for the CFTC's efforts to promote responsible fintech innovation,” will become the Office of Technology Innovation (OTI) and report directly to the

Bill addressing stablecoins risks in US likely delayed until September: Report

[ad_1] Lawmakers in the United States House of Representatives have reportedly pushed back the timeline for considering a bill addressing the potential risks of stablecoins.According to a Monday report from the Wall Street Journal, people familiar with the matter said House members will likely delay voting on a stablecoin bill until September after being unable to complete a draft in time for a Wednesday committee meeting. The unresolved issues in

The lasting agony of 3AC: Law Decoded, July 18-25

[ad_1] The late spring and summer months of 2022 would be remembered not only for their extreme temperatures across the globe but also for a crushing streak of large crypto companies falling apart. Terra Lab in May, Celsius in June and now, the lasting agony of a Singapore-based crypto hedge fund Three Arrows Capital (3AC). Technically, 3AC was ordered for liquidation by a court in the British Virgin Islands on

Fed policy and crumbling market sentiment could send the total crypto market cap back under $1T

[ad_1] The total crypto market capitalization broke above $1 trillion on July 18 after an agonizing thirty-five-day stint below the key psychological level. Over the next seven days, Bitcoin (BTC) traded flat near $22,400 and Ether (ETH) faced a 0.5% correction to $1,560.Total crypto market cap, USD billion. Source: TradingViewThe total crypto capitalization closed July 24 at $1.03 trillion, a modest 0.5% negative seven-day movement. The apparent stability is biased