This Is What Happened In The Cryptocurrency World Today - 03-04-2023

This Is What Happened In The Cryptocurrency World Today:

Twitter updates its website logo to Dogecoin.

CZ and three crypto influencers including Ben Armstrong (Bitboy) face $1 billion lawsuit for unregistered securities promo.

Bitcoin liquidity drops to 10-month low amid US bank run.

The US Department of Justice has seized six virtual currency accounts with over $112 million in funds stolen from cryptocurrency investment schemes.

Dogecoin flips Cardano becoming the 7th largest crypto in the world by market value.

UK crypto startups are struggling to gain access to banking services, with many being outright denied.

Three Canadian crypto exchanges have confirmed their plans to merge.
The merging businesses include Toronto-based Waves Exchange, Vancouver’s HyperBlock, and Calgary-based Coinsquare.

SEC will conduct investor education events including 'cautious' approach to crypto.

Astar Network to launch smart contracts that support two virtual machines.

The Japanese Financial Services Agency (FSA) has flagged Bybit, bitPiont Japan, Fisco Cryptocurrency Exchange and Lastroots Corp for operating exchanges without necessary registration.

Senator Elizabeth Warren says Bitcoin has no value because it’s not backed by governments.

Crypto exchange OKX launches metaverse training session with football star Rúben Dias.

BitKeep Wallet hits 10 million users driven by successful Arbitrum airdrop.

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