Crypto News Live Updates 13th Jan 2023

The total value of all cryptocurrencies on the market has increased to more than 900 billion dollars, and Crypto.com has announced a 20% reduction in staff.

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The digital asset market showed green indexes, which helped the total market cap jump over a key $900 billion. The prices of the most popular cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin (BTC) and Solana (SOL), have gone up by more than 3% in the last day.

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11:50 AM | JAN 13 2023

Crypto.com is firing 20% of its staff.

Exchange for crypto In a press release, Crypto.com said that it would be firing 20% of its employees. It said that all of the affected employees had already been told. These cuts had nothing to do with how well the company did.

11:20 AM | JAN 13 2023

Samsung Fund Unit wants to make more crypto products available.

Recently, Samsung Asset Management Company said that its spot Bitcoin exchange-traded fund would be available on the Hong Kong market. The Samsung Bitcoin Futures Active ETF is a type of Bitcoin ETF that is based on futures.

But the Samsung Fund unit is now planning to bring more crypto products to the Hong Kong market.

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The SEC is going to court against Gemini U.S. The SEC filed a lawsuit against the trading groups Gemini and Genesis. The charges are related to Gemini’s “earn” programme, which lets crypto traders earn interest on their crypto tokens that they deposit. SEC says that Gemini’s crypto lending plan was not registered as a security in the right way.

10:30 AM | JAN 13 2023

The total value of the crypto market goes over $900 billion.

The digital asset market showed green indexes, which helped the total market cap jump over a key $900 billion.

The total value of all cryptocurrencies on the market has grown by almost 2% in the past day, reaching $906 billion. The amount of money traded in 24 hours has gone up by 25% to $57.1 billion.

Source: Google Trend

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