🏁 Results of the day
📍 According To the skew analytical platform, the volume of trading in bitcoin futures on CME reached a new high on Thursday, may 28 — the figure was $60 million. In the previous days, the volume did not exceed $10 million.
📍 A California ICO project with Russian roots is obligated to return 100% of the investment ($25.5 million) according to the request of the us securities and exchange Commission (SEC). He received this money from 9500 investors during the ICO, which took place in 2017.
📍 The analytical portal CoinMarketCap has added new metrics for evaluating crypto exchanges and trading pairs in order to reduce the likelihood of falsification of trading volume and other data. So, the aggregator has a "confidence" factor-in the platforms and the information supplied by them.
📍 Yesterday, the South Korean blockchain project ICON announced the blockchain Transmission Protocol (BTP) solution, which will ensure compatibility of various blockchains, as well as allow the exchange of assets and data between different chains.
JP the largest us Bank, JPMorgan, will pay $2.5 million to settle a class-action lawsuit from investors. Customer claims are related to the Bank's inflated fees for cryptocurrency transactions.
📍 Coinbase cryptocurrency exchange has opened access to a new service where users from Spain, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and France can earn money by betting Tezos coins.
📍 Self-proclaimed Creator of bitcoin Craig Wright lost an appeal to the founder of Bitcoin․com Roger Vera. In the lawsuit, Wright was accused of the Belief in the harm of honor for what he called Wright a fraud.
T TON Community from China plans to launch testnet based on Pavel Durov's Telegram Open Network project. According to a statement from Beijing-based blockchain researcher Tooz Wu, the first stage is planned to hire a team of developers, as well as node holders, to test the network.