Welcome to another roundup of all things crypto from your favorite portfolio tracking and trading platform, Coinigy.
Speaking of portfolios, have you ever wondered who the richest on-chain people are? If you haven’t, we have—and we did some digging.
Before we show you the top on-chain billionaires, here is some good news for Voyager customers: the Binance $1 billion deal will continue before formal court proceedings.
Here are the major highlights for this week
- On-chain Billionaires: Tracking Crypto Portfolios from Buterin to Nakamoto
- Terra co-founder Do Kwon reportedly indicted for document forgery
- The European Parliament adopts crypto-focused MiCA legislation
- U.S. Government Allows the Bulk of Voyager-Binance.US Deal to Proceed
On-chain Billionaires: Tracking Crypto Portfolios from Buterin to Nakamoto
Instead of poring over SEC filings or Forbes lists, the crypto-curious can now ogle billionaires for kicks entirely on-chain. Luckily, there’s no shortage of crypto billionaires. But most are practically anonymous, known only by their pseudonymous blockchain addresses. There are, however, a select few crypto moguls who lay bare their portfolios for all to see, warts and all. See the full list.
Terra co-founder Do Kwon reportedly indicted for document forgery
Do Kwon, the detained co-founder of Terraforms Labs, is reportedly charged by prosecutors in Montenegro for using forged passports and other identification documents. According to local media outlets, the indictment will likely complicate efforts to extradite him to the US and South Korea, where he faces multiple charges. See the full story.
The European Parliament adopts crypto-focused MiCA legislation
With MiCA, European policymakers aim to set a standard regulation to establish harmonized rules for crypto assets at the EU level, thereby providing legal certainty for crypto assets. The regulation will establish guidelines for the operation, structure and governance of issuers of digital asset tokens. See the complete story.
U.S. Government Allows the Bulk of Voyager-Binance.US Deal to Proceed
The substantive parts of the Voyager Digital-Binance.US sale could be allowed to proceed even before a legal appeal is worked through, court filings made Wednesday suggest, as concerns rise the buyer could pull out. Read the complete story.
Other highlights worth mentioning
- Brazilian authorities investigate Binance for "alleged financial crimes" - Cointelegraph
- SEC labels Algorand and five other securities tokens in lawsuit against Bittrex - Decrypt
- Societe Generale's crypto division introduces Euro Stablecoin on Ethereum - Business Insider
- Former SEC Chair: A Security Today May Not Be a Security Tomorrow - Blockworks