• CoinDesk may be close to finalizing a $125M deal.
• Legal discovery process uncovered Caroline Ellison’s writings from before the Alameda/FTX collapse.
• Apple is developing an AI chatbot, Societe Generale subsidiary receives France’s first crypto services license, and Terraform Labs appoints Chris Amani as CEO to replace Do Kwon.
It appears that CoinDesk may be in the final stages of closing a massive $125 million deal. The details of the deal have yet to be disclosed, but it is likely that this will have major implications for the world of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology as a whole.
The legal discovery process has unearthed some interesting information, including private writings from Caroline Ellison pertaining to the months leading up to the collapse of Alameda and FTX. This could provide insight into what went wrong with these two digital asset trading platforms and help prevent similar situations in the future.
Apple is also developing its own AI chatbot as an internal tool for use by their employees when communicating with each other or customers. This could revolutionize customer service within Apple and make it easier for customers to get answers quickly and accurately without having to wait on hold or speak directly with an agent.
Crypto Services License
Societe Generale’s subsidiary has become the first in France to receive a crypto services license from local financial regulators. This will allow them to operate legally within France’s cryptocurrency market and offer their services without fear of legal repercussions.
Terraform Labs Appoints New CEO
Finally, Terraform Labs has appointed Chris Amani as its new CEO after Do Kwon stepped down from his position earlier this year. It remains to be seen how this transition will affect Terraform Labs going forward, but it certainly indicates a shift in direction for one of the most prominent companies in cryptocurrency technology today.