Crypto Espresso: Your quick shot of the latest crypto moves and news
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It’s Wednesday in Cryptoland and some light has been shone overnight into the deepest depths of the Darknet, with US and German authorities nabbing a bunch of bad person’s Bitcoin.
Bloomberg: The Hydra Market’s servers were shut down and cryptocurrency wallets containing US$25 million worth of Bitcoin were confiscated by German police on Tuesday.
Capital.com: Cryptocurrency developers must be more open about their projects in the wake of the US$625.5m Axie Infinity hack, and lost billions in NFT scams, says the CEO of Youbi Capital.
Capital.com: We have a price prediction on the off chain data storage company Keep Network’s coin, unsurprisingly known as KEEP. Under the glare of growing attention, the coin lost nearly all the gains it made from a 10% spike yesterday, falling away rapidly, as it dropped to US$0.656.
Capital.com: Zilliqa’s native token, ZIL, is currently one of the hottest cryptocurrencies in the market. In fact, over the last 30 days of trade, ZIL has emerged from the pack, climbing over 250%.
Capital.com: Stacks (STX), a decentralised application platform, fell to a 90-day low of US$0.9875 on 24 February amid the meltdown of the global cryptocurrency market.
By 5 April, the STX token price rebounded to around US$1.45.
The Straits Times: And here are three handy things Singaporeans need to know about the new asset class.
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