FTX, BNB, and Ronin Network staged the most significant losses in the crypto and DeFi industry in 2022, according to reports.
This year, it’s the turn of Italy, the UK, and Israel to bring more taxes and rules for the crypto industry. What can we expect next?
Not everything was bad in 2022, and 2023 comes with new promises. But before that, let’s take a tour around Crypto in 2022.
Around 118,000 scam tokens were developed in 2022, affecting about 2 million people worldwide. Also, malware and ransomware attacks have increased.
More institutional investors are joining the Bitcoin miners worldwide. But the industry isn’t free of issues, and new rules are coming too.
Analysts detected anomalies in Binance’s proof of reserves, while the US Department of Justice could file charges against its managers.