U.A. today provides you with a summary of the top three news stories from the previous day’s crypto events.
Shiba Inu and Rocket Pond tease a fresh metaverse adventure.
The Shiba Inu team delivered on its earlier Twitter promises, providing a trailer for Rocket Pond Hub to the SHIB community on 7 June within the SHIB metaverse. The caravan begins with a post-apocalyptic landscape littered with abandoned rockets before gradually transitioning to a beautiful, active green space. The project team welcomed clients to “experience the joys of kayaking through fast waters, take pleasure in mesmerising sunsets from hot air balloons, sip cocktails at the superb lake bar,” among other things, in a post on the Shibaswap Weblog devoted to Rocket Pond. The company represents a new direction for Shiba Inu and promises an immersive metaverse environment where users may discover, play, and possibly even monetise their activities.
The CEO of Bitcoin has made an attention-grabbing allusion to Satoshi regarding his identity.
Following the reactivation of a Satoshi-era Bitcoin wallet with 1,432 BTC worth $37,854,468, social media speculation regarding the real identity of Bitcoin’s founder Satoshi Nakamoto has once more surfaced. Gene Hoffman, the CEO of Chia.web, participated in one such discussion and offered his viewpoint. Some participants in the relevant discussion thread said that Satoshi is purportedly supported by a group of people, citing Hal Finney and Len Sassaman as the two most likely choices for “Satoshi” or active Satoshi “staff” members. Hoffman noted that there might be one more wildcard person remaining, but he doesn’t think it will be Phil Zimmermann, the creator of Fairly Good Privacy (PGP).
“Get out now,” says a former SEC official to cryptocurrency owners.
Former SEC employee John Reed Stark recently recommended bitcoin owners to sell their holdings. Everyone now knows for sure that “crypto trading platforms are under a U.S. regulatory/legislation enforcement siege which has only just begun,” he said, citing his 20 years of experience as a lawyer in the SEC Enforcement Division. Stark has led to the current high-risk and uncertain situations for buyers on cryptocurrency trading platforms. He continued by saying that, in contrast to SEC-registered businesses, crypto trading platforms operate with little oversight and offer inadequate measures for customer protection and risk detection. The current warning from StarkRecent SEC actions against Binance and Coinbase signal a tighter regulatory environment for the market in digital assets.