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Street Art pioneer FUTURA started painting his name on walls as a coping mechanism to deal with his struggle around identity. But as he turned a signature into a brand he quickly realized that it could also be a business. And that’s where things got interesting.
Russia’s Lavrov Hails OPEC+ Cooperation on Visit to Saudi Arabia
What Exempting Russia From OPEC+ Supply Quotas May Mean for Oil
Synopsys Says It Is Cooperating with US on China Sanction Probe
Top Thai Banks Weighs Stake Sale in Data Center Operator
Salesforce Raises Profit Forecast on Resilient Demand for Business Software
Communist Party Expels Ex-Nanjing Chief for Faking Economic Data
Troubled UK Seeks Queen’s Comfort in the Twilight of Her Reign
Fidelity Slashes Reddit, Stripe Valuations After Tech Rout
Ken Griffin Gives $5 Million to Help Miami Prepare for Disasters
Rimac Group Raises $537 Million to Build EVs, Porsches, Bugattis
British CEO Mehul Tank Is Revamping Danish Brand
Is Breaking Up Russia the Only Way to End Its Imperialism?
Buying the Bond Dip? Pay Attention to Tactics
Britain Is Taking School Snobbery to New Heights
China Youth Unemployment Crisis Leaves Tens of Millions Jobless
Gun Sellers Push Quick Buy Now, Pay Later Financing
Fewer Pilots Will Lead to a Summer of Flight Cancellations
Indigenous Inclusion Is a Focus For New Australian Government
BTS Meet Joe Biden to Discuss Stamping Out Hate Crimes
Supreme Court Refuses to Shield Texas GOP Lawmakers From Voting-Map Testimony
EV Sales Will Triple by 2025 and Still Need More Oomph to Reach Net Zero
Oil’s Displacement as a Road Fuel Is About to Ramp Up, BNEF Says
Chicago Offers a Blueprint for Expanding Urban Internet Access
How Dublin’s Modest Terraced Houses Came Back Into Fashion
A Photographer Records Shanghai’s Final Days Before Lockdown
Bitcoin Seen at Risk of Resuming Slide If $29,000 Support Fails
‘Pure Gambling’ Prompts Wild Swings in New Luna Cryptocurrency
Bitcoin Rallies Above $30,000 as China Eases Covid Curbs
Luna 2.0 is listed, and it’s trading all over the place.
Photographer: Keyur Khamar/Bloomberg

Welcome to Bloomberg Crypto, our twice-weekly look at Bitcoin, blockchain and more. If someone forwarded this to you, sign up here. In today’s edition, Emily Nicolle delves into the thorny issues dredged up by the listing of Luna 2.0:
As governments wrestle with how to regulate crypto, the return of Luna — the token supporting the reconstituted Terra blockchain — has sparked a debate about who’s really in charge of protecting consumers from buying into ill-advised projects.


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