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Binance Counters ‘Wrong Narratives’ About FTX — CZ Calls SBF ‘One of the Greatest Fraudsters in History’ – Featured Bitcoin News

The CEO of crypto exchange Binance, Changpeng Zhao (CZ), has countered several “wrong narratives” about the collapsed crypto exchange FTX and its co-founder Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF). The Binance boss calls SBF “a master manipulator” and “one of the greatest fraudsters in history.” Binance’s CEO on ‘Wrong Narratives’ About FTX and Sam

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Mad Money’s Jim Cramer Apologizes for Being Wrong About Facebook Parent Meta After Stock Plunges – Featured Bitcoin News

The host of Mad Money, Jim Cramer, has apologized to investors for being wrong about Facebook parent Meta Platforms after its stock plunged to a record low. “I made a mistake here. I was wrong,” he said emotionally after stating previously that Meta was a good investment. “I failed to

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Tech Behemoths Could Become ‘Dinosaurs’ if They Enter the Metaverse for the Wrong Reasons, Deepak Chopra Says

“If the motivation is only money, it’s [not] going to have a future,” Chopra said, referring to tech conglomerates, such as Meta, that are attempting to be pioneers in the metaverse. Meta recently reported its venture into the metaverse is not making the money it expected, revealing a loss of

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Users upset that Binance’s wrong crypto network retrieval fees have soared to 500 BUSD

On Oct. 18, the product team at cryptocurrency exchange Binance held an ask-me-anything session with users on Reddit. Of particular interest was a discussion that arose regarding retrieval fees for crypto sent on different networks than the recipient's wallet address on Binance. According to user Maxx3141, who brought up the

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‘I’ve done nothing wrong’ — Lark Davis denies ‘pump-and-dump’ allegations

Crypto influencer Lark Davis has refuted new allegations from Twitter “on-chain sleuth” ZachXBT of shilling “low cap projects” to his audience “just to dump them shortly after.”Davis was responding to a Twitter thread posted by Zach on Sept. 29, containing allegations that he profited over $1.2 million through selling tokens

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