Crypto Events Recap, August 3-4
Coinbase Sets Public Launch of “Base” Layer 2 Blockchain on August 9th.
Will suspend its cryptocurrency services in the U.S. starting on September 2nd, with complete access disabled from October 3rd.
Became the first outfit in Hong Kong to obtain a license under the city’s new licensing, which permits crypto trading platforms to offer retail services. OSL becomes the second firm — after HashKey.
Surpassed 150 million users, despite facing an ongoing legal battle with U.S. regulators.
ProShares and Bitwise have applications with the US SEC for exchange-traded funds to offer exposure to both Bitcoin and Ethereum
Posted a bounty on its data sharing platform Intel Exchange requesting information on the
FTX exploiter of 2022
Curve Finance founder Michael Egorov sold 72 million CRV tokens to 15 entities in exchange for $28 Million, based on on-chain data reports
Raised $2.5 million in a Seed Funding round. Investors included Binance Labs, Sequoia China, OKX Ventures, dao5, SIG, etc.
Animoca Brands game developer nWay licensing Yuga Labs IP as it launches a new fighting game. It will allow utilizing BAYC, MAYC, BAKC, and Otherside Kodas IPs.
Accuses Polygon of spreading "Untrue Claims" with code-copying allegations.
Metaverse Project Futureverse's co-founders start a $50M venture fund. The venture studio will invest in early-stage Web3 and Metaverse projects.
Australian financial regulator sues eToro over ‘"volatile" trading products.