“Unveiling the Latest Crypto Developments: A Recap of Today’s Market Insights”

“Today’s Crypto Chronicles: A Glimpse into the Dynamic World of Digital Assets”

Stay in the loop with the latest in the crypto sphere as we delve into the daily trends and noteworthy occurrences impacting the realm of Bitcoin, blockchain technology, DeFi, NFTs, Web3, and crypto regulations.

Navigating through the ever-evolving crypto landscape can be a challenge, given the plethora of developments that unfold each day. Here, we present a snapshot of the most significant events shaping the crypto world today:

Voyager Digital Creditors Incur $5.1M in Legal Fees

Creditors of Voyager Digital, a bankrupt crypto brokerage firm, were recently billed $5.1 million by New York-based law firm McDermott Will & Emery. This substantial amount covers legal services rendered between March 1 and May 13, 2023. Court documents revealed that the firm charged Voyager Digital an hourly rate of $1,026.76 during this period. Notably, this marks the third and final bill from McDermott Will & Emery, bringing the total compensation to $16.48 million since July 5, 2022. To date, creditors have already paid $8.97 million.

Winklevoss Issues Ultimatum to DCG’s Barry Silbert

Cameron Winklevoss, co-founder of Gemini, has delivered a strong ultimatum to Digital Currency Group (DCG) and its CEO, Barry Silbert. Winklevoss accuses Silbert of intentionally stalling the resolution process for Gemini’s 232,000 Earn users, citing “abuse” of the mediation process. He claims that around $1.2 billion in crypto remains owed to Gemini’s Earn users since Genesis’s collapse earlier this year. In no uncertain terms, Winklevoss asserts that Silbert’s games have come to an end, demanding acceptance of Gemini’s “best and final offer” by 4 pm ET on July 6, or else face a lawsuit on July 7.

BlackRock Refiles Spot Bitcoin ETF Application

In a significant move, BlackRock has refiled its spot Bitcoin ETF application, revealing Coinbase as its previously undisclosed “surveillance-sharing” partner. This decision comes on the heels of a turbulent week for ETF applicants, with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) temporarily halting ETF applications from BlackRock, Ark, Valkyrie, WisdomTree, Invesco, and other entities due to improper paperwork. Consequently, this development has sparked a flurry of refiling activities among these firms.

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