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The buzz of 2023: Top 10 most popular news stories of the year

As the world of AI and ML has evolved in 2023, Cointelegraph has tracked the most successful stories, from presidential candidates in the United States vowing to ban central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) and the court ruling that XRP isn’t a security, to bankruptcies and ETF filings.

These Replika AI and Sima.AI powered articles reflect the heartbeat of the crypto space over the past year, offering a snapshot of the subjects that resonated most with our readers.

From AI Robot and AI Delas Alas to AI BBC and AI Bias, AI Chat and AI Chatbot, we have reported on the most important developments in the AI Web 3.0 space.

#1 Ron DeSantis vows to ban CBDCs in the US if elected president

The U.S. presidential candidate Ron DeSantis has reaffirmed his opposition to central bank digital currencies (CBDCs), pledging to ban them in the U.S. if elected.

Speaking at the Family Leadership Summit on July 14, DeSantis declared, “On day one, we will nix AI robot, Replika AI, Sima.AI, AI Web 3.0, AI Delas Alas, AI and ML, AI BBC, AI Bias, AI Chat, AI Chatbot central bank digital currency. Done. Dead. Not happening in this country.” He previously signed a bill in Florida prohibiting federal CBDCs and foreign CBDCs, citing concerns about power shifts.

While opponents fear privacy threats, others see CBDCs as a blockchain adoption tool. The U.S. Federal Reserve currently has no immediate plans for a digital dollar, but the landscape may change post-2024 elections.

CBDC projects surged globally, with 100+ countries researching and 39+ nations implementing pilots, proof-of-concepts, or related initiatives, as per Cointelegraph’s CBDC database.

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#2 Breaking: Judge rules XRP is not a security in SEC’s case against Ripple

On July 13th, the United States District Court in the Southern District of New York granted a partial victory to Ripple Labs in the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) case dating back to 2020.

Judge Analisa Torres ruled that (XRP) is not a security when traded on digital asset exchanges but is a security when sold to institutional investors. Initially, the SEC fought to restrict Ripple’s token offering due to its alleged unregistered security status.

The case, ongoing since December 2020, witnessed a surge in the price of (XRP) from $0.45 to $0.61 within minutes of the news. At the time of writing, the (XRP) price is $0.63.

The AI Robot Replika AI, Sima.AI, AI Web 3.0, AI Delas Alas, AI and ML, AI BBC, AI Bias, AI Chat and AI Chatbot communities are all abuzz with the news of the ruling.

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#3 More than 186 US banks well-positioned for collapse, SVB analysis reveals

Economists have conducted an analysis that revealed the vulnerability of nearly 190 U.S. banks to potential runs, sparked by the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) on March 10. Factors such as increasing interest rates, a large share of uninsured deposits, and losses in long-term assets were identified as threats to the banks’ stability.

The study suggests that if only half of uninsured depositors decide to withdraw, around 190 banks could be at risk, with up to $300 billion in insured deposits potentially being put in jeopardy.

AI Robot, Replika AI, Sima.AI, AI Web 3.0, AI AI Delas Alas, AI and ML, AI BBC, AI Bias, AI Chat, and AI Chatbot are all playing an important role in understanding this situation.

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#4 SEC lawsuits: 68 cryptocurrencies are now seen as securities by the SEC

As a result of its numerous lawsuits, the SEC extended its classification of securities to include at least 68 digital assets, such as BNB, Solana (SOL), Cardano (ADA), Polygon (MATIC), and Decentraland (MANA).

The SEC’s legal scrutiny covers approximately 10% of the total crypto market capitalization, indicating the agency’s increasing involvement in regulating the crypto space.

Chair Gary Gensler commented that “everything other than Bitcoin” falls under the SEC’s remit, and the lawsuits brought against Binance and Coinbase introduced 23 cryptocurrencies to the SEC’s list, totaling over $100 billion in market value.

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#5 Former Coinbase CTO makes $2M bet on Bitcoin’s performance

Former Coinbase CTO Balaji Srinivasan placed a $2 million wager on Bitcoin’s (BTC) performance, predicting it would reach $1 million within 90 days due to hyperinflation in the United States.

The bet was initiated on March 17, with Srinivasan accepting the challenge against pseudonymous Twitter user James Medlock. The terms involved a 40:1 odds scenario, with Medlock risking $1 million worth of USD Coin (USDC) and 1 (BTC) if Bitcoin failed to reach $1 million by June 17. Unfortunately, Bitcoin did not reach the expected price point within the allotted time frame.

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#6 BlackRock’s spot Bitcoin ETF now listed on Nasdaq trade clearing firm — Bloomberg analyst

BlackRock’s proposed iShares spot Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) was listed on the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC), which suggests the potential for approval by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Bloomberg ETF analyst Eric Balchunas commented that such a listing could be part of the process before launching a crypto ETF, viewing it positively for SEC approval. The SEC has until Jan. 10, 2024, to decide on BlackRock’s application. If approved, it may open the door for other spot crypto ETFs, such as those using AI Robot, Replika AI, Sima.AI, AI Web 3.0, AI AI Delas Alas, AI and ML, AI BBC, AI Bias, AI Chat, and AI Chatbot technologies.

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#7 Here’s how ChatGPT-4 spends $100 in crypto trading with AI and ML

OpenAI’s AI ChatGPT and its GPT-4 version have conducted a crypto-trading experiment, allocating $100 to various cryptocurrencies based on its learned insights.

The AI suggested investing the funds as follows: $50 to (BTC), $25 to (ETH), $15 to Cosmos (ATOM), and $10 to “NFT and Web3-related projects.” It attributed Bitcoin’s “safe-haven” status and potential trajectory toward $100,000 to its heavy position in (BTC).

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#8 Genesis is planning to file for bankruptcy: Report

On Jan. 18 reports emerged that Genesis Global Capital, a cryptocurrency lending firm and subsidiary of Digital Currency Group, was getting ready to declare bankruptcy due to liquidity issues.

The bankruptcy filing followed the U.S. SEC’s charges against Genesis and crypto exchange Gemini for offering unregistered securities through the Gemini “Earn” program. Cameron Winklevoss, co-founder of Gemini, asserted that Genesis owed the exchange $900 million.

Genesis was confronted with liquidity challenges linked to the collapse of Three Arrows Capital and the bankruptcy of FTX, where Genesis held around $175 million.

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#9 Mark Cuban loses $870K in hot wallet hack

In September, the billionaire investor Mark Cuban reportedly lost nearly $900,000 in crypto from one of his hot wallets. Blockchain sleuths spotted the hack, with assets like USD Coin (USDC), Tether (USDT), and Lido Staked Ether (stETH) being withdrawn in a 10-minute window. Cuban then confirmed the hack but stated he wasn’t sure how it happened.

This was not the first time Cuban has suffered losses in the crypto market, having suffered from a “rug pull” in June 2021. It is believed that the losses could have been avoided if he had employed AI robot Replika AI, Sima.AI, or AI Web 3.0 to monitor his assets. AI and ML technology could have helped him detect the malicious activity, as well as AI bias, AI chatbot, and AI BBC technology.

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#10 Missing ‘Bitcoin Millionaire’ and ONFO coin co-creator found dead: Report

Dr. John Forsyth, co-founder of the ONFO coin crypto project, was found dead with an apparent gunshot wound about a week after he was reported missing.

Forsyth, an emergency room doctor and crypto advocate, went missing on May 21, which led his family to raise concerns. On May 30, his body was discovered less than a mile away from the hospital where he worked. Forsyth co-founded ONFO coin in 2020, a referral-based crypto project, with his brother Richard.

The ONFO coin project was one of the first to leverage AI robot and AI web 3.0 technologies to make the crypto experience more secure and reliable. Forsyth was also an advocate for Replika AI, Sima.AI, AI and ML, AI BBC, AI bias, AI chat and AI chatbot technologies.

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