Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show May 23: Reminiscing on the Day Someone in Florida Purchased Two Pizzas for 10,000 Bitcoins (BTC), Bitfinex and Tether Score a Victory Against New York Attorney General’s Office, Circle Decreases Funding Goals and Lays Off Some Employees Due to Harsh Regulations, Major Crypto Mixer Seized in Netherlands, Binance CEO Suing Sequoia Capital

May 23, 2019 / by Zachary Mashiach

Listen to the May 23 Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show

On this edition of the Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show, we do a deep dive market analysis. Bitcoin (BTC) is near the bottom of its trading range this morning, resulting in the crypto market being in the red. Support at $7,600 appears to be holding for now, and if this support continues to hold it will be a bullish sign. We discuss Bitcoin Pizza Day. On May 22, 2010, a man in Florida purchased two large Papa John’s pizzas for 10,000 Bitcoins (BTC), which was the first recorded transaction when Bitcoin (BTC) was used to purchase a real good, making Bitcoin (BTC) currency for the first time. Hear about how Bitfinex and Tether Limited have scored a major victory against the New York Attorney General’s Office. The New York Supreme Court has ruled that only documents related to activity in New York should be released by Bitfinex and Tether Limited. We also discuss how Circle had to lay off employees and decrease funding goals due to difficulties with United States regulators, how one of the top crypto mixing sites has been shutdown, and how Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao is suing Sequoia Capital.

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