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FTC

Feathercoin  

#FTC

FTC Price:
$0.00319
Volume:
All Time High:
$1.45
Market Cap:
$795.6 K


Circulating Supply:
249,190,120
Exchanges:
1+
Total Supply:
249,190,120
Markets:
1+
Max Supply:
336,000,000
Pairs:
7



  FTC PRICE


The last known price of #FTC is $0.00319 USD.

Please note that the price of #FTC was last updated over 90 days ago. This can occur when coins have sporadic price reporting, no listings on exchanges or the project has been abandonded. All #FTC statistics should be considered as 'last known value'.

The lowest FTC price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00319, and the exact last price of FTC was $0.00319290.

The all-time high FTC coin price was $1.45.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of FTC with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.


  FTC OVERVIEW


The code for Feathercoin crypto currency is #FTC.

Feathercoin is 11 years old.


  FTC MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Feathercoin is $795,638.

Feathercoin is ranking downwards to #1558 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  FTC VOLUME


The trading volume is unknown today for #FTC.


  FTC SUPPLY


The circulating supply of FTC is 249,190,120 coins, which is 74% of the maximum coin supply.


  FTC EXCHANGES


FTC is available on at least one crypto currency exchange.

View #FTC trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #FTC purchase.


  FTC RESOURCES


Websitefeathercoin.com
TwitterFeathercoin
Redditr/FeatherCoin
Telegramfeathercoinofficial


  FTC NEWS


FTC Warns Consumers Crypto Deposits Are Not FDIC Insured

    The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has warned consumers that crypto deposits are not insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). 'That money isn’t FDIC insured or protected if the crypto company goes under,' the agency cautioned. 'If something happens, the government may not have an obligation to step in and help get your money back.'FTC’s Crypto Warning The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a Consumer Alert on Thursday warning that crypto assets are not FDIC-insured. The FDIC is an independent federal agency that provides insurance for bank deposits held by member institutions of up to $250,000 per depositor. 'If your bank is FDIC insured, you’re protected up to $250,000 if the bank fails,' FTC's Consumer Education Specialist Cristina Miranda explained. In contrast, she stressed: The funds you deposit with a crypto-based financial services provider ... That money isn’t FDIC insured or protected if the crypto company goes under. She then brought up Voyager Digital LLC, a crypto-based financial services provider, stating that the company “misled people with claims that money deposited through a ‘Voyager App’ was FDIC insured if anything went wrong.' Miranda clarified: “Despite its claims, Voyager was never an FDIC insured bank. And FDIC insurance doesn’t cover crypto (also called crypto assets.) So, when Voyager eventually failed and filed for bankruptcy, people with accounts were locked out a... read More



Former Celsius Boss Alex Mashinsky Seeks Dismissal of FTC Lawsuit

    Alex Mashinsky, the former CEO of Celsius Network, has filed a motion to dismiss the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) lawsuit against him. In the motion, Mashinsky argues the FTC has failed to allege he violated any laws or rules. His lawyers say the FTC is not entitled to monetary relief and cannot substantiate Mashinsky is currently violating the law.Mashinsky Fights Back: Former Celsius CEO Challenges FTC Lawsuit, Claims No Legal Violations In a memorandum filed September 11, 2023, Mashinsky's legal team asserts the FTC complaint does not show he breached the Federal Trade Commission Act. His lawyers claim the FTC cannot seek monetary damages under the Act per a 2021 Supreme Court ruling. 'The complaint cannot substantiate a claim that Mashinsky 'is violating' or is 'about to violate' the law because Mashinsky resigned from his position as CEO of Celsius [on] September 27, 2023,' the court filing reads. The memorandum states the FTC's allegations fail to support that Mashinsky knowingly made false statements to deceptively obtain customer data. This purportedly does not meet the requirements to allege a violation of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act. Mashinsky's lawyers also contend the FTC has not demonstrated grounds for monetary relief under the Act. In their filing, Mashinsky's attorneys ask the court to dismiss the FTC's Federal Trade Commission Act and Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act claims against him. They argue the complaint does not establish that Mashinsky broke any laws or regu... read More



US FTC Orders Celsius to Pay $4.7 Billion in Fines But There's a Catch

    Just over a week ago, a confidential source from within the CFTC stated that the regulator had arrived at the conclusion that Celsius and its CEO, Alex Mashinsky, had violated U.S. law. At the time, the source was unable to confirm when or whether a lawsuit against the platform and its leadership would be filed. Celsius Settles, C-suite Does Not Mashinsky has since been reportedly arrested, and the FTC has officially filed a complaint against those involved. It’s worth noting that the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) and the CFTC (Commodity Futures Trading Commission) are two distinct and separate regulators. However, the two closely cooperate and share privileged information between themselves. Therefore, it’s possible that the CFTC simply decided that this would be a matter more suited for the FTC to take care of and thus turned its findings over. According to a press release submitted by the FTC on July 13, Celsius Network has already reached a settlement with the regulator, promising to pay penalties worth $4.7 billion. There is, however, a catch to this deal. Payment of the fine will be suspended in order to allow Celsius to repay creditors. This deal is based on current financial statements provided by Celsius and also warns the indebted platform that any additional funds found in excess of the sum needed to pay off creditors will be confiscated. “The suspension will be lifted as to Non-Debtor Defendants if, upon motion by the Commission or the Commissio... read More



FTC Slaps Crypto Lender Celsius With $4.7B Fine for Deceiving Consumers ...

    On Thursday, following the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) suing the insolvent crypto lender Celsius, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) divulged a settlement with the firm and imposed a $4.7 billion fine for “duping consumers.” Nevertheless, the penalty will be deferred to enable Celsius to return its remaining assets to consumers in bankruptcy proceedings.FTC’s Settlement to Be ‘Suspended to Permit Celsius to Return Its Remaining Assets to Consumers in Bankruptcy Proceedings’ The now-defunct crypto lender Celsius has incurred a fine from the FTC for allegedly hoodwinking investors and “squandering billions in user deposits.” The company contended that it possessed 'more than enough' assets to safeguard customer deposits, but according to the FTC, this was a spurious claim. The platform and its affiliated entities are indefinitely barred from managing customer assets, and three executives have been charged. Per the FTC, the case against Alexander Mashinsky, former CEO and co-founder of Celsius, along with his fellow co-founders Shlomi Daniel Leon and Hanoch 'Nuke' Goldstein, will advance in federal court since they haven't reached a settlement. The FTC disclosed that these individuals, who held pivotal positions in the company, have opted not to settle the matter extrajudicially. “Celsius touted a new business model but engaged in an old-fashioned swindle,” Samuel Levine, the director of the FTC’s Bure... read More



FTC Announces to Integrate the ReserveBlock RBX Network

    [PRESS RELEASE - Los Angeles, LA, April 4th, 2023] FTC (FTCNY.com), the nationally renowned and award-winning Inspection and Engineering business for nearly 30 years, has announced the beginning of the integration and use of the ReserveBlock RBX Network (reserveblock.io) protocol to tokenize the firm's paperwork, lab tests, and files on-chain to assure authenticity for FTC's clients and respective building departments. Clients and construction departments of FTC will now be able to obtain relevant files directly from FTC and transparently check all work products and filings made by FTC without using a third party, all directly on the RBX chain. Although already a member of the Validator network, the FTC will additionally host its own Beacon on the RBX network to keep data solely for its intended receivers. 'This is a big step forward for the FTC and our clients. With the use of the RBX Network and blockchain technology, we are now able to send our work products and documents directly to our clients without the use of a mediator. 'This is fixing a genuine issue of doubting the legitimacy of inspection reports, building department filings, and other documentations previously requiring a certified expert to sign and seal,' said Michael Marchese, vice president of the FTC. After successfully integrating the RBX Network, FTC will make it possible for clients to confirm documents, test results, and inspection findings through its current client portal. This will give all work produ... read More



FTC Warns of Romance Scams Luring People Into Bogus Cryptocurrency Inves...

    The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has warned about romance scams using cryptocurrency. Scammers use romance as a hook to lure people into bogus investments, especially crypto, the federal agency explained. '2021 numbers are nearly five times those reported in 2020, and more than 25 times those reported in 2019,' said the FTC. FTC Warns About Crypto Romance Scams The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a warning Thursday about crypto-related romance scams. The FTC is an independent agency of the U.S. government whose principal mission is the enforcement of civil U.S. antitrust law and the promotion of consumer protection. 'New data from the Federal Trade Commission show that more consumers than ever report falling prey to romance scammers. Consumers reported losing $547 million in 2021 alone,' the FTC wrote, adding: A growing trend in 2021 was scammers using romance as a hook to lure people into bogus investments, especially cryptocurrency. 'Consumers who paid romance scammers with cryptocurrency reported losing $139 million in total in 2021, more than any other payment amount,' the federal agency detailed. '2021 numbers are nearly five times those reported in 2020, and more than 25 times those reported in 2019.' In addition, the FTC noted that the median loss for consumers who reported paying a romance scammer with cryptocurrency in 2021 was nearly $9,770. The Federal Trade Commission explained that in romance scams: People are led to believe their new online c... read More



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