One-Minute Crypto News – June 9, 2022

One-Minute Crypto News – June 9, 2022

  • Citi bank says the collapse of UST has led to a fall in crypto trading volumes. “Coin Desk”

  • LUNA 2.0 tumbles 80 percent less than two weeks since its launch. “U Today”

  • Litecoin gets thrown out of the biggest South Korean exchanges. “U Today”

  • The body that governs Japan’s crypto exchanges is in talks to abolish strict rules for listing digital tokens. “Bloomberg Crypto”

  • The New York governor is yet to publicly commit to signing the controversial proof-of-work crypto mining ban. “Coin Telegraph”

  • El Salvador delayed the issuance of a 1-billion-dollar Bitcoin bond, while the president must face payments of 800 million dollars next January. “Coin Desk”

  • Mafia Doge will be delisted from BitFinex after almost two years. “U Today”

  • Shiba payments now available to more users in 179 countries via BitPay integration. “U Today”

  • President of the central bank of Brazil stated that banks will be able to issue Stablecoins and develop a technology for them. “Bitcoin News”

  • Metaverse tokens enjoyed a 400 percent year on year growth in price. “Coin Telegraph”