Bitcoin has taught its early adopters the value of delayed gratification, giving the lie to the old saw that cryptocurrency... View Article
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One of the world’s largest bitcoin exchanges is pushing back against allegations its business is engaging in improper market practices.
Prime Minister Lee Nak-yeon reportedly frets about kids selling drugs and pyramid schemes while regulators draft rules for South Korea’s... View Article
Bitcoin “doesn’t serve any socially useful function,” says Joseph Stiglitz, a former World Bank chief economist and adviser to the... View Article
The arrival of institutional investors has created openings for services similar to the prime brokerage that banks have long provided... View Article
Sorting the signal from the noise may be harder in the cryptocurrency space than almost anywhere else.
The identity or character of a creator has little bearing on the value of the creation – that’s why the... View Article
Making ICOs compliant while delivering on their disruptive promise may be a harder needle to thread than the SAFT plan... View Article
Unlike money in the bank, cryptocurrency can’t be unilaterally seized by governments, clawing back a modicum of power for the... View Article