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After the Q1 boom, the crypto market was relatively quiet in Q2, but in June there was a major uproar: the SEC filed lawsuits against Binance and Coinbase. But there was also good news in the form of BlackRock's filing for a Bitcoin Spot ETF.
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- 09:15A banner for the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust ETF appeared on Wall Street in New YorkDefiLabs stated on the X platform that a banner for grayscale spot Bitcoin ETF appeared on Wall Street in New York.
- 09:08Justin Sun deposited 20 billion SHIB to CEX five minutes agoAccording to on-chain analyst @ai_9684xtpa, five minutes ago, Sun Yuchen's address 0x176...0a132 deposited 20 billion SHIB into Poloniex, worth $540,000. Sun Yuchen's address also holds 517 billion SHIB with a total value of $14.08 million, ranking third in token assets held by the address. As of press time, SHIB is priced at $0.00002719 per unit with a 24-hour increase of 30.8%.
- 09:00ING Bank: The US dollar is more likely to rise before the release of non-farm dataAccording to a report by Jin Shi, Francesco Pesole, a foreign exchange analyst at ING Bank in the Netherlands, said that the US dollar is more likely to rise before the release of US non-farm payroll data on Friday. The US non-farm data is expected to show stable job growth and continue to lead the market to anticipate that the US will not cut interest rates before summer. The dollar index may find some good support above 104.00. These data will help determine whether the strong January data was an outlier. ING Bank expects that non-farm payrolls in February will increase by about 200,000 people.