FameEX Morning Crypto News Recap | March 7, 2023
Terawulf Energizes First Nuclear-Powered Bitcoin Mining Facility in the US, Plans to Expand Operations
Terawulf, a bitcoin mining operation, has announced that it has energized the first nuclear-powered bitcoin mining facility in the United States at the company’s Nautilus Facility in Pennsylvania.
Ripple Survey Suggests Latam Merchants Will Adopt Crypto Payments Massively After Three Years
Latam merchants will be slower in adopting cryptocurrency payments compared to merchants in other regions, according to the latest payments survey conducted by Ripple and the Faster Payments Council.
SEC accuses Utah firm of 'fraudulent' $18M crypto mining scheme
The SEC has asked for a court order to require Thurston, Krohn and Green United to cease operations, seeks civil penalties for securities law violations and repay the $18 million in allegedly ill-gotten gains.
Bank for International Settlements concludes CBDC project ‘Icebreaker’
In partnership with the central banks of Israel, Sweden, and Norway, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has finalized a project that explores the potential advantages and challenges of using central bank digital currencies (CBDC) in international payments.
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