Aseries of revealing texts and tweets by Sam Bankman-Fried, the disgraced CEO of FTX, the once high-flying but now belly-up crypto exchange, had the following to say about his image as a do-gooder: it is a “dumb game we woke westerners play where we say all the right shibboleths and so everyone likes us.”
Nick Anthony, a policy analyst at the Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives of the Cato Institute, tweeted in response to the IMF executive's remarks that CBDC would let governments control what people spend money on.
According to CNBC, Google is tying up with Coinbase for cloud payments with cryptocurrencies, but the agreement's terms weren't made public.
According to DappRadar, Decentraland, a $1.2 billion Metaverse project, has only 38 active daily users. 
The military, today, is not considered an important element of society by the public. Why should it? It represents bloodshed and fights that seem pointless and have caused society a lot of pain. Similarly, studying Bitcoin as a property defense system is a misunderstood part of this asset and one that is biased by our own beliefs. How are they connected? Because both use brute force and physical power to defend property.
Collective governance ultimately proved to be the downfall of Beanstalk. The entire crypto world is on edge after a string of hacks.
The Ripple case has revealed the full ambiguity of the country's laws and regulations regarding the regulation of not only XRP but all cryptocurrencies, which reveals the SEC's plot to crush the cryptocurrency market.
Russia is now one step closer to using Bitcoin, a cryptocurrency, in international trade as Central Bank and the Finance Ministry agree on the draft bill. The two regulators have reached an agreement on a draft law declaring that, given the current economic climate, adopting bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is essential for international trade.
According to a report by Axios Denver, Gov. Jared Polis announced that Colorado will become the first US state to accept Bitcoin as a method for paying taxes.
According to Bloomberg News, South Korea has launched a manhunt for Do Kwon, the founder of the collapsed stablecoin UST, along with five additional people.