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Orbit Chain(ORC)

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$0.131742
(-16.87%)
0.00000615 BTC
Market Cap (Rank#262)
$80,980,397
3,783 BTC
Vol 24h
$73,764
3.44626 BTC
Circulating Supply
614,690,014.30
Max Supply
1,000,000,000
2h agocryptodaily
US Extradites Russian On Money-Laundering Charges
The Russian national, who was extradited from the Netherlands, has been accused of money laundering in the Ryuk ransomware case. Russian Accused Pleads Not Guilty 29-year-old Denis Mihaqloviv Dubnikov has been extradited by the U.S. Department of Justice for his association with the Ryuk ransomware exploits, where the attackers allegedly laundered ransom payments extracted from the victims. The Russian citizen, who was in Amsterdam where Dutch police arrested him on U.S. charges of conspiracy to launder money, has been extradited to Portland, Oregon, where he appeared in federal court for the trial that will start this October. Dubnikov has pleaded not guilty to all the charges and was granted temporary release on conditions of monitoring of computer activity. According to the DoJ’s statement, a guilty conviction would earn Dubnikov a sentence of maximum 20 years behind bars. More On Ryuk Ransomware Attack The Justice Department also detailed the modus operandi followed by Dubnikov and his co-conspirators. According to them, the malicious actors would allegedly engage in various financial transactions, including international ones, to hide the nature, source, location, ownership, and control of the funds received. The hackers use Ryuk ransomware software to infiltrate private servers, encrypt files, and damage system backups unless the victims pay them the ransom amount in Bitcoin to a specific wallet address. The allegations claimed that the entire conspiracy resulted in money laundering of over $70 million in ransom proceeds, with Dubnikov allegedly laundering more than $400,000 of them. Ransomware attacks have been one of the major cybersecurity threats that have plagued the Biden administration, with the North Korean hacker group Lazarus being the chief mastermind behind most of these in 2021. U.S. Tightens Crypto Sanctions Due to the magnitude of the case, multiple agencies are working on it. It is under investigation by the FBI’s Portland Field Office, and the Office of International Affairs coordinated with the Ransomware and Digital Extortion Task Force to facilitate the extradition. The U.S. government and its associated bodies are coming down hard on any hint of malpractice in the crypto industry. Most recently, the U.S. Treasury Department issued a ban on the crypto mixer tool, Tornado Cash, for its role in aiding Lazarus in siphoning off millions of dollars from U.S. entities. A week ago, Dutch authorities even arrested an unidentified individual on charges of using Tornado Cash to hide financial transactions. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
3h agocryptodaily
Hodlnaut Announces Police Inquiry, Cuts 80% of Staff
Troubled crypto lender Hodlnaut today announced that it is subject to a police inquiry, and has had to cut 80% of its workforce. The Singapore-based crypto firm updated its community after it filed for judicial management last week. Hodlnaut says that it cut roughly 40 people, “to reduce the company’s expenditure.” Its statement said that the 10 remaining employees are “necessary” for its current operations. In addition to announcing staff cuts, Hodlnaut is also fielding pending proceedings with the Singapore Attorney General and the Singapore police force. It added, While Hodlnaut is unable to disclose any information in this regard, these actions are taken in what we believe to be in the best interests of our users. After announcing that it was pausing customer withdrawals on August 8, the company filed for judicial management in Singapore, which will see an independent third-party oversee the firm’s operations, and will also place a temporary halt on legal claims against the firm. Hodlnaut tweeted early in August saying that it would freeze withdrawals, deposits, and token swaps on its platform, adding: This difficult decision was taken for us to focus on stabilizing our liquidity and preserving assets, while we work to find the best way to protect our users’ long-term interests. The firm has said that judicial management would help the company and benefit users “in the long run.” Judicial management will also prevent the firm from having to liquidate its current Bitcoin and Ethereum holdings at a time when prices are particularly low. Hodlnaut is the latest in a slew of companies to have experienced trouble in these market conditions. On July 22, crypto exchange Zipmex filed for bankruptcy protection in Singapore in an effort to avoid legal action from creditors after it froze customer withdrawals. Regulators are also hot on the heels of the now-insolvent crypto hedge fund, Three Arrows Capital which defaulted on its loans to other major crypto lenders. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
15h agocointelegraph
'Programmable money should terrify you' — Layah Heilpern
The comments come as Layah Heilpern believes CBDCs will give rise to government enforced censorship which will prevent residents from transacting how they wish.
1 day agocryptodaily
Korean Police to Accept Cryptocurrencies For Traffic Fines
The South Korean police have just completed a successful trial program that allows it to take crypto from individuals to pay their traffic fines. Gunpo, a small city in the northwestern Gyeonggi province with a population of 275,000, has completed a pilot program that allows police to seize cryptocurrencies from the exchange accounts of persons with delinquent traffic fines. A report from news agency JoongBoo Ilbo, said that the program is a way to collect funds in a contactless way. So far, the program has proved very successful with the Gunpo police achieving an 88% collection rate on traffic fines totaling $668,000. The funds collected so far puts the city on track to exceed its goal of collecting $759,000 in fines by the end of the year. The news agency reported however that the amount generated in delinquent fines was around $759 in cryptocurrencies. According to the program, crypto seizures were not compulsory, unless an individual’s account balance could not cover the whole amount of the fine. Due to the success of the program, the amount collected this year has topped the total amount generated over the past three years. The report does not state which cryptocurrencies would be seized and sold to pay fines. Korea Cracks Down on Enforcement South Korea’s crypto market is burgeoning, growing to $45.9 billion in 2021. As the digital asset market continues to grow, the South Korean government is cracking down on its enforcement thereof. On Thursday, it was announced that the country’s anti-money laundering authority is acting against 16 foreign crypto exchanges that have operated without proper registration. The Korea Financial Intelligence Unit (KoFIU), part of the country’s Financial Services Commission announced that as many as 16 virtual asset providers have been offering services to its citizens without obtaining the necessary licenses. The KoFIU said that it notified the country’s investigative authority and requested that access to their websites be blocked. Credit card-based crypto purchases and transfers of digital assets to and from unregistered firms will also be blocked to disable their use in the domestic market. The unregistered exchanges include KuCoin, MEXC, Phemex, XT.com, Bitrue, ZB.com, Bitglobal, CoinW, CoinEX, AAX, ZoomEX, Poloniex, BTCEX, BTCC, DigiFinex, and Poloniex. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
1 day agocoindesk
As SEC Leans on Enforcement to Regulate, Crypto Lawyers Study Every Word
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission isn’t volunteering to clarify what makes a crypto token a security, but the agency showed some of its hand in enforcement documents crypto lawyers are studying like scripture.
1 day agocryptodaily
Canada heavy-handed overreach continues with crypto restrictions
On the heels of imposing the emergency act on their own citizens, the Ontario Securities Commission has now restricted the purchase of cryptocurrencies, explaining the move as being able to better “protect crypto investors”. Canada sees changes From what was once seen as a genteel, benign, and easy-going country, Canada has arguably become a much more restrictive state over just the last several months. A media blackout prevented the coverage of events in Ottawa as peacefully protesting truckers were violently arrested and many sympathisers had their bank accounts seized or crypto wallets blacklisted if they sent any funds to the cause. Invoking the Emergencies Act which allowed the police to go beyond what was normal, was seen by many as severe government overreach. Exchange explains restrictions Now, Canada-based cryptocurrency exchanges Bitbuy and Newton have been forced to set a $30,000 annual buy limit for customers on most cryptocurrencies in order to comply with regulations imposed by the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC). Newton put out a post detailing the new regulatory changes, and which also sought to explain why the new measures were being imposed. “These changes are to protect crypto investors, like yourself, and to make sure investors are aware of the risks associated with investing in crypto assets.” Puzzling omittances from restrictions The new restrictions have not been imposed across the board, and Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash have been spared. Also, if the exchange client lives in BC, Manitoba, Alberta, or Quebec, the regulation does not apply at all. It might be said that not applying restrictions on Litecoin or Bitcoin Cash shows that the OSC is rather a long way behind in understanding how the cryptocurrency market has changed over the last few years, given that both are outside of the top 20 cryptos ranked by market cap. That the Canadian regulatory watchdog probably couldn't be bothered to find out such a simple fact says volumes about its lack of knowledge and eagerness to just suppress cryptocurrencies as quickly as possible, without even investigating which ones are most purchased outside of Bitcoin and Ethereum. CBDCs to prop up system The Canadian government is currently studying the viability of a central bank digital currency (CBDC). However, this could lead to a complete loss of financial freedom and privacy for its citizens. Regulators around the world are likely to continue to attempt to shackle and suppress cryptocurrencies, all the while citing the ‘scams’ and the ‘risks’ to investors and the monetary system as a whole. However, the house of cards that currently is the fiat debt-backed monetary system, is teetering on the brink of collapse. Whether this happens within a year or 3 nobody knows, but the chances of this happening are certainly high. Cryptocurrencies certainly have their issues, but a decentralised world where citizens can be their own bank and pay whoever they want is vastly preferable to the ball and chain that comes with a CBDC. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
1 day agocointelegraph
Law enforcement should give up trying to access everyone’s data, says legal expert
Ahmed Ghappour explained that sanctioning ideas can lead to criminalizing harmless associations with no ties to other criminal conduct.
2 days agocryptodaily
Genesis Cuts 20% of Staff, CEO Steps Down
Crypto broker Genesis has announced that it is cutting back staff by 20% and chief executive officer Michael Moro steps down. According to reports by Bloomberg, the New York-based cryptocurrency broker Genesis is cutting back its staff by 20% as it battles the ongoing crypto winter. It was also announced that Genesis CEO Michael Moro is stepping down on Wednesday following major losses tied to the collapse of Three Arrows Capital (3AC). The company which is owned by Digital Currency Group (DCG), filed a $1.2 billion claim against the embattled 3AC in July. Genesis has however been able to mitigate losses after 3AC failed to meet a margin call according to Moro, adding that DCG has assumed some of the company’s liabilities. Genesis is the latest in the crypto world to be affected by the market downturn that has forced a number of high-profile firms to cut down on their workforce. Moro is being replaced by current chief operating officer Derar Islim, who joined the company in 2020, on an interim basis as the company searches for Moro’s permanent replacement. The broker has also brought on former SAC Capital and Point72 Asset Manager President, Tom Coheeney, as a senior adviser and board member. In a statement, Islim said: The changes and investments we’re announcing today affirm our commitment to operational excellence as we continue to expand our services to meet the needs of our clients today and into the future. Moro will continue to advise Genesis through the transition adding that the search for a full-time CEO has begun. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
2 days agocryptopotato
Genesis CEO to Exit Position as Company Axes 20% of its Workforce: Report
The market turmoil a few months back continues to harm crypto-related companies.
2 days agocoindesk
Crypto Broker Genesis Cutting 20% of Workforce as CEO Michael Moro Exits
Michael Moro, the CEO of crypto broker Genesis has quit as the company cuts 20% of jobs.
2 days agocryptodaily
Crypto.com granted regulatory approval in the UK
Cryptocurrency platform Crypto.com has announced that it has received regulatory approval from the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The green light will allow the company to offer fully compliant crypto services to customers across the UK. Fresh on the heels of receiving approval from the Ontario Securities Commission to become the first global cryptocurrency platform to be legally allowed to operate in Canada, Crypto.com has followed this up Wednesday with the news of regulatory approval in the UK. Co-Founder and CEO Kris Marszalek said of the news: “This is a significant milestone for Crypto.com, with the UK representing a strategically important market for us and at a time when the government is pushing forward with its agenda to make Britain a global hub for crypto asset technology and investment.” He added: “We are committed to the UK market and we look forward to developing our platform and presence in the UK further by expanding our offering to customers, while continuing to work with regulators.” The move continues the momentum of Crypto.com’s increasing expansion across the world. The ecosystem now comprises more than 50 million users worldwide, with regulatory licences either received in full, or in the process towards being granted, in several jurisdictions worldwide. However, given the crypto slow-down since the end of last year, Crypto.com has had to tighten its belt in order to maintain competitiveness. In June this year the company had to lay-off 260 employees, equating to 5% of its workforce. To add to this, crypto news platform Decrypt has reported that according to a source at Crypto.com, the next round of cuts is going to be “much bigger”. According to the article, a spokesperson did not confirm or deny the new lay-offs, but did provide the following statement: “We announced reductions in June, and since that time we have optimized our workforce to align with current external economic headwinds. We have a strong balance sheet and will continue to invest in product, engineering, and brand partnerships moving forward.” Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
2 days agozycrypto
Tornado Cash Finds Formidable Ally In This Privacy Watchdog. Will U.S. Treasury Be Forced To Lift Sanctions?
Blacklisted Tornado Cash has gained a powerful ally: the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). According to the EFF, the sanctions levied by the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) against the Ethereum-based mixer threaten the very idea that code is speech.
3 days agocryptodaily
Terraform Labs CEO Do Kwon Opens Up About Catastrophic Crash
The Terra Founder, who has been relatively quiet till now, has given the first interview since the crash of the Terra protocol following the depegging of the LUNA stablecoin. Interview With Do Kwon It has been a couple of months since the crash of the Terra ecosystem happened. Founder and CEO Do Kwon has been keeping a relatively low profile till now. However, he has finally bared it all in an interview with crypto news startup Coinage, where he talked about the failure of the system, dealing with law enforcement agencies, the aftermath of the catastrophe, and the future of the Terra ecosystem. In the interview titled “Six Days in May: The Unmaking of a Crypto King,” Do Kwon talks about the system failure and accepts the responsibility of causing incalculable pain among a whole community of supporters and investors. Kwon, however, also claims that he was one of the victims of the failure, saying, “I don't want to seem like my losses are larger in terms of emotional impact compared to people that had less to go on and then put [in] their entire life savings and then the Terra system went down. But I just want to make it perfectly clear that the way that I thought about Terra and Luna was — I mean, this was essentially my life. And I put my actions where my beliefs are. I bet big, and I think I lost.” Regulators Haunting Do Kwon Kwon also talks about all the regulator trouble that he has landed in, in the aftermath of the debacle. With South Korean prosecutors and law enforcement being the most aggressive when it comes to investigating him, Kwon still maintains that he will be cooperative. He stated, “In terms of dealing with due process, it's not a question of what you are prepared to face, it’s a question of how you are going to face them. So what we're going to do is we're just going to put out the facts as we know them…It’s kind of hard to make that decision because we’ve never been in touch with the investigators. They’ve never charged us with anything.” However, despite all his troubles, Do Kwon has not made things easy for himself by suing the SEC for improperly issuing a subpoena related to the Mirror integration. The Future Of Terra He vehemently denied Terra being a Ponzi scheme, giving examples of how the earliest investors were the ones to lose the most. When asked about the future and upcoming projects launching on the Terra 2.0 network, Do Kwon expresses that, “So what we’re going to do is we’re just going to put out the the facts as we know them. We’re going to be totally honest and deal with whatever consequences as they may be….I would rather just leave these [upcoming products] to be a surprise. I think one of the lessons that I learned is you should probably not oversell things that don't exist yet.” ​​Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
3 days agocryptodaily
Hodlnaut Files for Creditor Protection
After pausing customer withdrawals last week, Singapore-based cryptocurrency lender Hodlnaut has filed for creditor protection allowing it more time to recover from its financial woes. The crypto lender is seeking judicial management to offer it temporary protection against any legal proceedings and claims, which the firm believes would allow it “breathing space” to focus on its recovery plan. Judicial management is a law in Singapore that allows financially troubled firms to rehabilitate themselves. Hodlnaut informed its users on Tuesday via an announcement that they have applied to a Singapore-High Court for creditor protection. The application will firstly prevent the company from having to sell off assets to make up the shortfall on its books. The firm says: We are aiming to avoid a forced liquidation of our assets as it is a suboptimal solution that will require us to sell our users’ cryptocurrencies such as BTC, ETH, and WBTC at these current depressed asset prices. Instead, we believe that undergoing judicial management would provide the best chance of recovery. Secondly, the filing puts a temporary pause on any legal claims against Hodlnaut. The statement continues to say: This pause will provide us with the breathing space to focus our efforts on the recovery plan to rehabilitate the company. The statement also made a comment regarding affected users, saying: While Hodlnaut is facing a difficult financial situation at the moment, not all your assets are gone. Under judicial management, the court appoints a judicial manager for the firm that takes over the charge from the company’s director for the duration of protection. Hodlnaut has recommended Tam Chee Chong, a director of the financial consultancy firm Kairos Corporate Advisory, as the interim judicial manager. Hodlnaut says that Chong has nearly 40 years of experience in corporate finance advisory and has on multiple occasions assumed the role of judicial manager for companies undergoing restructuring. Hodlnaut’s announcement reads: With his experience and track record, we believe he will be able to execute our recovery plan and restructure the business effectively. As it stands, the application has not been heard by the court and Hodlnaut has given August 19 as the next date for further updates on the status of their filing. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice
3 days agocryptodaily
Arker: The Legend of Ohm, Announces 3D Alpha Metaverse Plans
Image source: Arker: The Legend Of Ohm The popular play-to-earn cryptocurrency game Arker: The Legend of Ohm, will go full metaverse later this year with the launch of an immersive, 3D version of its fantasy gaming world. The coming Alpha launch of 3D Arker was announced as the game rolled out a minor update to the 2D version of the game. While there's no concrete launch date for the 3D version just yet, it promises to be an incredibly exciting update for Arker fans, with the promise of "Triple-A graphics" built using the Unreal Engine 5 development platform. Arker's developers explained that their intention is to build an immersive and explorable metaverse that encompasses the entire Arker world, complete with more features, additional content and numerous new quests and minigames that it will open up. Within the 3D Arker, players will become engulfed in the story, able to explore the city of Ohm at their leisure and peek inside the numerous buildings that dot the city's landscape. There's more to come too, with additional updates set to make it possible to buy land and open businesses within the game, together with more opportunities to earn passive income by completing challenges and quests. For those who haven't played Arker yet, the 3D upgrade sounds incredibly enticing. Like other P2E games, Arker gives players a way to earn an actual income, in the form of the game's native cryptocurrency token, which can be traded for Bitcoin, Ethereum and other digital coins on third-party exchanges. Arker sees players take on the role of a hero, and along with their pet they must embark on a quest to regain control of the Kingdom of Ohm. It takes place within a fantasy metaverse that's packed with limitless gameplay options. Players can customize their NFT-based champions and take on other players or AI-controlled monsters, and even team up with their friends to take on other players. There are guilds too, which allow players to combine their forces and take on other guilds in more absorbing battles. Intriguingly, Arker said the 3D version of its game is not going to replace the existing 2D platform. Rather, the intention is that the two games will coexist. What's more, players will be able to jump from 2D to 3D and back again without impacting their game. Their account will live on both versions, meaning players can control the same character and update their progress, irrespective of which one they play. Keep in mind that the coming update, which is expected to arrive in the fourth quarter, will be an Alpha test version, meaning that it's still experimental. The idea, according to Arker, is to allow select players to test the new environment in a "controlled way". We can expect the full 3D game to arrive sometime next year then. In the meantime, we'll leave you with this short video preview as just a small taste of the big changes on the way. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice
3 days agocryptodaily
Crypto Daily TV 16/08/2022, BTC Price Hits Double Top?
In Todays Headline TV CryptoDaily News: Judge grants Ripple’s request to review videos of SEC officials. U.S. judge Sarah Netburn granted Ripple Labs’ motion to serve two subpoenas to authenticate seven video recordings in which U.S. Securities and Exchange Commissions officials made public remarks. Electricity requirements will fall by 99%. The upcoming Ethereum Merge is a significant day. The long-delayed upgrade to the ethereum blockchain is currently planned to occur on Sept. 15. If it's successful, the blockchain's massive electricity requirements will fall by over 99%. Bitcoin hits $25K as bearish voices call BTC price ‘double top’. Bitcoin spiked through to $25,000 for the first time in months, but traders refused to take any chances on a bull run. After passing the $2,000 mark for the first time since May earlier in the weekend, ETH/USD appeared to be in consolidatory mode with no significant momentum continuing. The last session saw BTC fall 0.7% against USD. The Bitcoin-Dollar pair fell 0.7% in the last session after gaining as much as 3.7% during the session. The Stochastic-RSI is giving a negative signal. Support is at 23632.6667 and resistance at 25336.6667. The Stochastic-RSI is currently in the negative zone. ETH/USD dove 1.8% in the last session. The Ethereum-Dollar pair dropped 1.8% in the last session after rising as much as 3.9% during the session. The ROC is giving a positive signal. Support is at 1838.6833 and resistance at 2076.6033. The ROC is currently in the positive zone. XRP/USD dove 1.1% in the last session. The Ripple-Dollar pair plummeted 1.1% in the last session. The MACD is giving a negative signal. Support is at 0.3624 and resistance at 0.3988. The MACD is currently in the negative zone. LTC/USD plummeted 4.3% in the last session. The Litecoin-Dollar pair dove 4.3% in the last session. The Williams indicator is giving a negative signal. Support is at 60.491 and resistance at 67.131. The Williams indicator is currently in negative territory. Daily Economic Calendar: UK ILO Unemployment Rate The ILO Unemployment Rate is the number of unemployed workers divided by the total civilian labor force. The UK's ILO Unemployment Rate will be released at 06:00 GMT, Germany's ZEW Survey – Current Situation at 09:00 GMT, the UK's Claimant Count Change at 06:00 GMT. DE ZEW Survey – Current Situation The ZEW Survey - Current Situation measures the current institutional investor sentiment, reflecting the difference between the share of investors that are optimistic and are pessimistic. UK Claimant Count Change The Claimant Count Change presents the change in the number of unemployed people in the UK. US Redbook Index The Johnson Redbook Index measures the year-over-year same-store sales growth from a sample of large general merchandise retailers. The US Redbook Index will be released at 12:55 GMT, Japan's Exports at 23:50 GMT, the US Housing Starts at 12:30 GMT. JP Exports The Exports measure of the total exports of goods and services by the local economy. A steady demand for exports helps to support growth in the trade surplus. US Housing Starts The Housing Starts captures how many new single-family homes or buildings were constructed. It is a key indicator of the housing market. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
3 days agocointelegraph
Crypto lender Hodlnaut seeks judicial management to avoid forced liquidation
Singaporean law offers temporary protection against any legal proceedings and claims, which the company believes would provide a breathing space to focus on its recovery plan.
4 days agocryptopotato
Singapore High Court Grants Troubled Zipmex 3-Month Relief From Creditors: Report
A $53-million exposure to Babel and Celsius left the South-East Asian trading platform with an acute liquidity crisis, forcing it to halt withdrawals last month.
5 days agocryptopotato
FTX and Paradigm Join Forces to Unveil Crypto Futures Spread Trading
Paradigm CEO Anand Gomes expects that the client base and product expertise of both companies may lead to more collaborations and new product offerings further down the road.
6 days agocointelegraph
Indian authorities freeze more crypto funds over money laundering allegations
The Indian Directorate of Enforcement froze $46.4 million in the accounts of Vauld’s Indian branch until the exchange can account for the criminal proceeds it transferred out of the country.
7 days agocointelegraph
Axie Infinity cuts rewards from classic game, subtly forcing P2E players to new mode
The team described the move as part of its efforts to balance the economy for the Smooth Love Potion token.
7 days agocoindesk
Crypto Derivative Trading Volume Rose for First Time in 4 Months as Market Rallied in July
While leverage boosts returns, it exposes traders to forced liquidations, which inject volatility into the market.
7 days agocoindesk
Binance Recovers $450K Stolen From Curve.Finance
The world's largest exchange is now working with law enforcement to return to stolen funds.
7 days agocryptopotato
India Investigates Ten Crypto Exchanges For Laundering Over $125 Million
India's Enforcement Directorate is conducting an investigation on ten exchanges for laundering over Rs 1,000 Crore or $125M+ in crypto.

About Orbit Chain

The live price of Orbit Chain (ORC) today is 0.131742 USD, and with the current circulating supply of Orbit Chain at 614,690,014.30 ORC, its market capitalization stands at 80,980,397 USD. In the last 24 hours ORC price has moved 0.006976 USD or 0.05% while 77,248 USD worth of ORC has been traded on various exchanges. The current valuation of ORC puts it at #262 in cryptocurrency rankings based on market capitalization.

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Orbit Chain Price0.131742 USD
Market Rank#262
Market Cap80,980,397 USD
24h Volume73,764 USD
Circulating Supply614,690,014.30 ORC
Max Supply1,000,000,000 ORC
Yesterday's Market Cap95,299,976 USD
Yesterday's Open / Close0.148061 USD / 0.155037 USD
Yesterday's High / Low0.161574 USD / 0.146822 USD
Yesterday's Change
0.05% ( 0.006976 USD )
Yesterday's Volume77,248.07 USD
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