The year 2022 has been a difficult year for investors, with major crypto companies going bankrupt and cryptocurrencies falling dramatically.
Leading cryptocurrency Bitcoin 17.
The Venom Foundation and Iceberg Capital have launched the $1 billion Venom Ventures Fund to invest in innovative Web3 companies.
Interest in Flare (FLR) rose after the announcements of airdrops and stock exchange listings.
Established by Yıldız Holding, Yıldız Ventures left its mark on 2022 by evaluating more than 900 start-ups and more than 70 VC funds.
Thailand is investigating whether embattled crypto exchange Zipmex violated local rules when offering certain digital asset products.
Flare Network (FLR) is quickly listed on exchanges after its airdrop to Ripple investors.
US inflation data is especially critical for the crypto market.
Creditors of bankrupt crypto loan company BlockFi demanded that their personal information remain confidential.
The Argentine Ministry of Economy has prepared a bill on tax relief for crypto investors in the country to declare their assets.