In a recent report, Reuters claims that the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange Binance "served as a conduit for the laundering of at least $2.35 billion in illicit funds" for five years.
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Ethereum price has been dillydallying for quite some time thanks to Bitcoin’s tight consolidation. With intraday price action looking like a pump-and-dump for BTC, altcoins seem to have managed to evolve.
LUNA 2.0 price has been in a downtrend since May 30 and has finally reached the lower limit of its range, suggesting that a reversal is likely. Investors need to be careful because this bullish outlook could fail if bears keep LUNA below the range low.
Input Output HongKong, the developers of the Cardano blockchain, announced that 1,003 projects are being developed on the network. High development activity on the Cardano blockchain has fueled a bullish sentiment among investors.
Bitcoin price is hovering inside its range for nearly a month now and shows no signs of breaking out any time soon. However, this has not stopped investors from speculating a move higher to fill the CME gaps.
Bitcoin price has been consolidating since the May 12 crash and has stayed relatively flat from a macro standpoint. As a result of this consolidation, BTC could be preparing for a volatile move that will shock investors.
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