Avalanche Collaborates with Amazon Web Services

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Ooki DAO – a decentralized autonomous organization is accused of breaking federal regulations governing commodities,by the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). The DAO stated that the court should give a default judgment against the organization after the deadline for a response, which was set for January 10, 2023, had passed. Last year, Ooki DAO was accused by the CFTC of operating an unlicensed cryptocurrency futures trading operation. The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California’s Judge William Orrick ruled that the CFTC should serve Ooki DAO as a whole rather than just one individual. Despite the prior CFTC settlement with Bean and Kistner, Judge Orrick ruled that serving them satisfied this requirement. Bean and Kistner were still token holders.

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Ava Labs, the company behind Avalanche, will provide crypto infrastructure via Amazon web services (AWS) in order to promote “corporate, institutional, and government use of blockchain,” the company announced. Through the AWS Marketplace, Ava Labs will provide “Subnet deployment” as a service. Avalanche nodes can now function in the GovCloud for storing data related to the government as part of its agreement with Amazon. Additionally, AWS will take part in upcoming Avalanche-related occasions like the Avalanche Summit and Avalanche APN. Just a few months ago, Google introduced its own Cloud Node Engine for Ethereum programmers. Microsoft’s M12 fund recently led a $20 million fundraising round for Web3 data storage firm Space and Time.

The two brothers who run the Solana stablecoin exchange Saber Labs are the subject of an investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice. Ian and Dylan Macalinao created an ecosystem of interconnected financial goods using a web of 11 anonymous identities. According to Ian, during the peak of the cryptocurrency bull market in the year 2021 their work increased a crucial growth metric for Solana by billions of dollars. Sunny Aggregator, a decentralized-finance (DeFi) yield-farming tool, and Cashio, a stablecoin startup that suffered a March hack and lost millions of dollars, are examples of this.

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