An AI image of an explosion near the Pentagon caused the market to sell off violently for a few minutes before it was debunked and removed.
Run it back. pic.twitter.com/xP82HCBmys
— K A L E O (@CryptoKaleo) May 22, 2023
Prime example of the dangers in the pay-to-verify system: This account, which tweeted a (very likely AI-generated) photo of a (fake) story about an explosion at the Pentagon, looks at first glance like a legit Bloomberg news feed. pic.twitter.com/SThErCln0p
— Andy Campbell (@AndyBCampbell) May 22, 2023
Why? Plaintiffs claim the Astrals tokens and NFTs (allegedly Shaq’s “brainchild”) were unregistered securities.
It’s truly never a dull day in crypto land.
— Ariel Givner, Esq. (@GivnerAriel) May 24, 2023
CCTV (China Central Television) just broadcasted crypto. It’s a big deal. The Chinese speaking communities are buzzing. Historically, coverages like these led to bull runs.
Not saying past predicts the future. And not financial advice.https://t.co/2wcArnPI93
We are proud to have assisted US law enforcement in seizing $4.4M and freezing accounts linked to North Korean organized crime.
Argument #1: These sanctions depend on assuming that anyone who happens to hold a digital token (TORN) is a member of a legally-recognized entity called “Tornado Cash.” That’s novel as a legal theory, and it’s wrong as a factual matter. 3/7
had a great meeting with Chancellor Scholz this morning and a fun talk at TUM this afternoon, and finally enjoying a quiet moment in a beautiful city pic.twitter.com/1jV1X0bswr
— Sam Altman (@sama) May 25, 2023
Awesome meeting this morning with @LeoVaradkar, the Prime Minister of Ireland. We talked about the profound promise of crypto and the importance of common sense regulation to realize that promise. We believe MiCA is that common sense regulation. We also announced that @Gemini has… pic.twitter.com/Iv3NmPTmju
— Cameron Winklevoss (@cameron) May 25, 2023