1.Court documents in the United States reveal that the Securities and Exchange Commission has charged Sun Yuchen and three affiliated companies with illegally selling cryptocurrency securities.
2.The Federal Reserve has unanimously decided to raise interest rates by 25 basis points and maintains its final rate forecast at 5.1%. The Federal Open Market Committee's statement revised its guidance, stating, "The Committee expects some additional policy tightening may be appropriate."
3.NFT trading marketplace LooksRare announced the launch of the first phase of its aggregator, which allows users to purchase NFTs in bulk from both LooksRare and OpenSea. The company also stated that the aggregator's smart contract has undergone formal security audits by Peckshield and Code4rena.
4.The first institutional staking market for MetaMask Institutional will go live on March 27.
Commentary: The first institutional staking market for the small fox wallet is worth paying attention to.
5.OpenSea data shows that NFTs issued by Peaceminusone, a brand owned by Korean wave star G-Dragon, under the name NFT:ArchiveOf PEACEMINUSONE, failed to sell well today.