Weekly Top Crypto News (Jan 23-Jan 29)

The market is holding onto its stability, which led to the closing candle for the first month in 2023. This promises strong growth. Let’s take a look at the top crypto news this week with Coincu. The FBI Seizes 151 Bitcoins from Scammers Targeting Vulnerable Victims. According to an announcement by the United States Attorney for Connecticut and the acting Special Agent in Charge of the New Haven Division of Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Bitcoin and other digital assets were seized in connection to a fraud scheme targeting the elderly. The FBI claims that it has confiscated Bitcoin worth millions of dollars from con artists in foreign countries who prey upon the elderly. Token Dump after Binance Listing Fuels Concerns about Insider TradingInsider trading Binance is a hot topic within the cryptocurrency community, especially given the recent conviction of the brother to a former Coinbase manager. The insider trading charges were thought to be the first cryptocurrency-related insider trading allegations, but now suspicions have been raised about another group of wallet addresses with transaction histories connected to Binance listings.Bitcoin Hit $23,800 As Aptos Rises 48% And Set An All-time High RecordBitcoin, the biggest cryptocurrency by market value, has recovered ground lost in a late-Tuesday slump. After a Tuesday market crash, bitcoin rebounded with a strong Wednesday rally. Bitcoin climbed to $23,800 and then fell slightly. SEC Rejects Ark Investment Management’s and 21Shares’ Spot Bitcoin Exchange Tradeable Funds For the Second Time. The Cboe BZX Exchange was charged with failing to demonstrate that its plan was compliant with the criteria pertaining the avoidance or fraud. We encourage you to do your own research before investing.Join us to keep track of news: NewsTags: #BitcoinAAVEBinancecryptoFBIhighlightsmarketmoonbirdsSEC