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CFTC DISMISSES ITS CASE AGAINST JITESH THAKKAR, SETTLES WITH EDGE FINANCIAL

The CFTC is dropping all charges against Jitesh Thakkar in the anti-spoofing case that grew out of software development work that Thakkar’s company, Edge Financial Technology, performed in 2012 for Navinder Sarao.

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DOJ SETTLES CRIMINAL SPOOFING CHARGE AGAINST SCOTIABANK FOR $60.4 MILLION

The Department of Justice announced on Wednesday that it was settling its criminal spoofing case against the Bank of Nova Scotia for its role in a “. . . massive price manipulation scheme aimed at falsely manufacturing the prices of precious metals futures contracts…

THE CRYPTOMARKETSWIKI PODCAST EPISODE 14: THE 80/20 SPLIT

DrawBridge Lending LLC sees itself as the “bridge” between the cryptocurrency world and the world of institutional trading. In this episode, DrawBridge CEO Jason Urban discusses the finer points of running a business based around lending against cryptocurrency, the state of institutional demand for digital asset products, how to work with regulators, and more.

CFTC DISMISSES ITS CASE AGAINST JITESH THAKKAR, SETTLES WITH EDGE FINANCIAL

The CFTC is dropping all charges against Jitesh Thakkar in the anti-spoofing case that grew out of software development work that Thakkar’s company, Edge Financial Technology, performed in 2012 for Navinder Sarao. Sarao made at least $12.8 million by illegal spoofing,…

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