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New Hampshire Court Sides With SEC in Lawsuit Against LBRY, Project’s Team Says Loss Sets a ‘Dangerous Precedent’ – Regulation Bitcoin News

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has won a court case against the blockchain-powered publishing platform LBRY. According to a New Hampshire district court ruling, Judge Paul Barbadoro agreed with SEC that the project’s native asset LBC was considered an investment contract or a transferable share representing a certificate

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Invesco Strategist Warns the Fed Is ‘Playing a Dangerous Game’ That Could Lead to ‘Significant Recession’ – Economics Bitcoin News

The chief global market strategist at Invesco, a global investment firm with $1.3 trillion under management, has warned that the Federal Reserve is playing “a dangerous game” with its 75-basis-point rate hikes. She noted that the Fed’s action could lead to “a significant recession.” Invesco’s Chief Strategist on Recession and the

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Galaxy Capital’s Mike Novogratz Warns that Finding Crypto Bottoms is Dangerous, Altcoins Could Dump by Another 70%

Summary: Mike Novogratz has warned the crypto community against picking price bottoms as it is dangerous. He also pointed out that most altcoins are down by over 80% from their highs, and the losses in the 2018 bear market were over 95%. Consequently, altcoins will likely drop by another 70% from their current

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Donald Trump Says Crypto Is ‘Very Dangerous’ — Warns of ‘Explosion Like We’ve Never Seen’ – Featured Bitcoin News

Former U.S. President Donald Trump says that crypto is “a very dangerous thing.” Commenting on cryptocurrencies, he warned of “an explosion someday” that will “make the big tech explosion look like baby stuff.” He also talked about his new social media platform, Truth Social, and his wife’s non-fungible token (NFT)

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‘DeFi is the most dangerous part of the crypto world,’ says Senator Elizabeth Warren

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren did not hold back in her criticism of decentralized finance, expressing concern about how a run on stablecoins would affect the average investor.In a Tuesday hearing with the Senate Banking Committee discussing stablecoins, Warren questioned Professor Hilary J. Allen of the American University Washington College of

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