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  1. The Ethereum Foundation issued a blog post today outlining how an estimated $30 million would be spent to further develop the ethereum ecosystem.
  2. Bitfinex and Tether asked a judge to dismiss the New York Attorney General's case against the firms, claiming they have no customers in the state.
  3. Improved relations between the Ethereum Foundation and ConsenSys point to a governance shift that could have major implications for the network's goals.
  4. Circle is laying off roughly 30 people, CoinDesk has learned.
  5. A man has been arrested in the Netherlands for allegedly scamming investors out of over $2.2 million in a fake bitcoin mining scheme.
  6. Craig Wrights efforts to copyright the Bitcoin archives are genius in a very special way.
  7. Bitcoin SV surged more than 200 percent on some exchanges after Craig Wright filed a copyright registration for the bitcoin white paper.
  8. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has taken action over what it alleges is a $30 million crypto scam based on supposed diamond investment.
  9. Blockchain-based live streaming service DLive has seen a 67 percent increase in users since popular YouTuber PewDiePie joined the platform in April.
  10. Craig Wright has filed copyright registrations for the original Satoshi white paper and bitcoin code with the U.S. Copyright Office.