Bitcoin fell below $18.5 thousand.
The first cryptocurrency continued to fall and fell by more than 8% during the day, having updated the minimum since mid-June
Price manipulation allowed a fraudster to withdraw $500k from the GMX exchange
The platform's native token lost more than 20% of its value after the attacker's actions were discovered
Hacker took advantage of OmniBridge protocol vulnerability and withdrew funds in new tokens
SEC says all Ethereum transactions fall under U.S. jurisdiction
In a lawsuit against prominent member of the cryptocurrency community Ian Balin, the agency said that all transactions on the second cryptocurrency's blockchain take place in the United States.
The attack affected 90 different assets involved in DeFi transactions. Centralized exchange services and over-the-counter activities were not affected
It acquired 301 coins this time at an median value of $19,800.
U.S. Congress approved legislation against sanctions evasion via cryptocurrencies
The document includes a series of measures aimed at limiting the use of digital currencies to reduce the effectiveness of U.S. sanctions
"White hacker" made more than $530,000
A programmer known by the nickname Riptide discovered a bug in the Arbitrum protocol code that could have resulted in millions of dollars in lost cash
Ripple's capitalization rose $3 billion in two days
Altcoin rose 17%, while other leading cryptocurrencies fell in value
South Korea confiscates $185 million in cryptocurrency taxes
Authorities block assets of defaulters and sell them at market price
The head of JPMorgan called bitcoin a "decentralized financial pyramid."
But staplecoins backed by a dollar or other fiat currency can be used in transactions if properly regulated, he said.
Eco-activists called on U.S. authorities to limit bitcoin mining
According to recent reports, the carbon footprint of the mining industry in the States equals the emissions of 6 million cars a year
Former BitMEX exchange head predicted bitcoin to fall to $17,500
Despite likely testing the June lows, the value of the first cryptocurrency will rise as the economic standoff between East and West intensifies, says Arthur Hayes