Pavel Durov is demanded to pay $100 million for the failure of the TON blockchain platform, and Fidelity approves investing in bitcoin

Investors demanded compensation for $100 million for Pavel Durov’s failed blockchain project

Investors are ready to sue Pavel Durov’s TON Inc. project. and Telegram Inc. Representatives of the Da Vinci Capital fund sent a letter to the founder of Telegram and his team in which they demanded damages recovery in the amount of $100 million for the failed cryptocurrency project, according to Forbes that cites sources.

American financier approved BTC as an investment asset

Jurrien Timmer, Director of Global Macro at Fidelity Investments, shared his vision of the prospects for the main cryptocurrency as an investment asset. A top manager of the company suggested considering BTC a form of “digital gold” and using it to hedge inflation risks.

NYC Attorney’s Office: Investing in Cryptocurrencies is fraught with “extreme risks”

New York Attorney General Laetitia James issued a sharp statement on the cryptocurrency market, warning investors about its susceptibility to “speculative bubbles” and abuse by criminals. In her opinion, investing in digital assets is “impractical” and carries “extreme risks.”

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