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An exploration of how the COVID-19 crisis is shifting power dynamics between governments, people, and business.
CFTC Commissioner Brian Quintenz, who sponsored the Technology Advisory Committee and advocated for self regulation in the crypto industry, will leave his post by late October.
Invented by white shoe New York City law firms, the two-step Simple Agreement for Future Tokens (SAFT) was supposed to keep crypto companies out of trouble. Now, the SEC is coming full bore for startups like Kik and Telegram.
IBM and the WEF both have plans for increasing resilience in global supply chains disrupted by the coronavirus crisis.
The New York Department of Financial Services has appointed former IRS Criminal Investigations head Richard Weber as its new general counsel.
Blockstack, the startup building a decentralized backbone for Web 3.0, is open-sourcing its two patents – kinda.
OpenLaw’s LAO, or “Limited Liability Autonomous Organization,” opened Tuesday for investors looking to compliantly earn returns on the next wave of Ethereum-based projects.
Bitcoin could hit $8K soon while Indonesia has created a thornless durian. It's CoinDesk's Markets Daily Podcast.
Bitcoin’s third halving is less than two weeks away. Some traders are less than bullish ahead of the event.
The SEC says 7 members of the Blockchain Association have financial interests in Kik in its opposition to the group's brief around the case.
Checkout.com, a digital payment processor which focuses on cross-border transactions, has become the 24th member of the Libra Association.
CipherTrace is rolling out a toolkit to help banks flag accounts and crypto-related transactions that may be suspicious.
With the Bitcoin blockchain's once-every-four-years rewards halving now just two weeks away, some analysts are starting to fix their sights on the next upside target: $10,000.
Bitcoin's bulls are taking a breather in the approach to $7,800, having engineered the longest daily winning run in eight months.
As COVID-19 disrupts global supply chains, the WEF has published a roadmap for businesses to deploy blockchains as a solution.
The Lendf.me smart contract was hacked on April 29, but then, curiously, the funds were returned two days later.
CardCoins becomes one of the elite few to sponsor a Bitcoin Core developer – in this instance, Hennadii Stepanov, aka Hebasto.
Libra's revised whitepaper resembles clearinghouse certificates that the U.S. used to prevent bank runs before the Federal Reserve was created, a former IMF economist says.
A Chinese city in the world's bitcoin mining hub is publicly encouraging the blockchain industry to help consume excessive hydroelectricity.
Year to date, the native token of the Ethereum network’s 50 percent rally trounced bitcoin’s 7 percent gains.