The crypto market recorded $36.6 trillion in trading volume in 2023, with the most impressive growth experienced in Q4.
Tether is still buying Bitcoin, and is already one of the world’s largest holders of the asset.
Near, Klaytn, and Arbitrum experienced significant growth in new user wallet creation, with year-over-year increases surpassing 600%.
Officially discontinued games attributed funding challenges and market conditions during the crypto winter as the primary factor.
Crypto firms faced 11 fines in 2023, up from an average of less than two per year in the previous five years.
Reaching a record $51 billion, total digital asset investment grew by 129%, owing to positive signals from the SEC during the final quarter.
Private key compromises emerged as the primary culprit, accounting for 50% of the $1.84 billion in crypto losses in 2023.
Marathon is targeting a 30% increase in its hash rate in 2024.
About a year after investors suspected a rugpull, Paul confirmed the project was dead and that he would refund NFT holders.
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