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CCN Announces Shutdown Following Update To Google's Search Rankings

CCN
Things just got weird. After Google rolled out a set of core updates on June 3, CCN saw mobile traffic from Google searches reportedly drop by 71 percent overnight, causing the crypto news outlet to call it quits just a week later.
NEWS
opinion

MIT Professor Stuart Madnick Touches On A Few Blockchain Security Myths

The Wall Street Journal
While blockchain networks are often touted for their added security and transparency, MIT professor Stuart Madnick hopes to dispel some misunderstandings between “blockchain the concept” and “blockchain the system.”
NEWS
opinion

What If Satoshi Nakamoto Was ... Sci-Fi Author Neal Stephenson?

Reason
Neal Stephenson's early novels contain similar rhetoric to what would eventually show up in the Bitcoin white paper, and his stories usually revolve around fragmented groups of people figuring out how to work together without the need for any centralized figure, but the real be-all, end-all evidence is Stephenson and Satoshi Nakamoto share mirrored initials.
NEWS
opinion

Tron Founder Justin Sun Pays $4.5 Million For Lunch With Warren Buffett

The Wall Street Journal
As part of an auction to raise money for the San Francisco charity Glide, Justin Sun wants to use the lunch as an opportunity to speak with Warren Buffett about the merits of blockchain technology.
NEWS
opinion

The SEC Knows A Lot About Cryptocurrency

CoinDesk
There were plenty of surprises at the US Security and Exchange Commission's FinTech Forum last week, but most of all was the level of technical know-how the agency members displayed when talking about cryptocurrency and blockchain tech. However, there's still some doubt that the SEC's new crypto skills will loosen any of the tension between the agency and the cryptosphere.
NEWS
opinion

A Look At The Toxic Behavior In The Bitcoin Community

CoinDesk
As cryptocurrency and the underlying blockchain technology spread across the globe, the community associated with Bitcoin must confront its "culture war" rather than hide behind the argument that bad people are going to use good technology.
NEWS
opinion

What Businesses Should Expect Before Jumping On The Blockchain Bandwagon

The Wall Street Journal
A report from IBM lays out the evolutionary steps businesses should take when looking at adopting blockchain technology.
NEWS
opinion

Cryptodatum.io Founder Finds That Ticker Readability Correlates With Higher Returns

Cointelegraph
The study was based on the psychological principle of "cognitive ease" and focused on vowel distribution within three-letter ticker symbols.
NEWS
opinion

Privacy Issues Surrounding Angry Birds, And Why We Didn't Care

Angry Birds started an app-downloading boom, hid its data collection behind vague terms like "gameplay data," and got us all to ignore the same issues we resent Facebook for.
NEWS
opinion

The Pros And Cons Of Micropayments For Artists

BREAKERMAG
Micropayments have the potential to help artists and other content creators, but first they have to get over what Nick Szabo refers to as the "mental accounting barrier."
NEWS
opinion

The Future Of Banking On Ethereum

CoinDesk
In light of the $112 million bond issued by Societe Generale, Michael J. Casey, senior advisor for blockchain research at MIT’s Digital Currency Initiative, discusses the future of permissionless blockchain platforms and security token offerings in the financial services industry.
NEWS
opinion

John McAfee: I Know Something You Don't Know

Bloomberg
Embattled technologist and 2020 presidential hopeful John McAfee claims to know the identity of Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto. However, he refuses to spill the beans over concerns the information could negatively impact a current court battle he is involved in.
NEWS
opinion

Is Binance Censoring Craig Wright?

CoinDesk
CoinDesk's Michael J. Casey discusses censorship and hypocrisy in the cryptocurrency community, the role and responsibilities of exchanges such as Binance, and how regulation could help level the playing field.
NEWS
opinion

Team McAfee: A Scam?

Decrypt
John McAfee is well known for accepting cash and crypto in return for positive tweets promoting specific companies and their initial coin offerings. However, many companies, as well as McAfee's former CEO Jimmy Watson, say that McAfee failed to deliver what he promised.
NEWS
opinion

2020 Presidential Hopeful Andrew Yang Calls For Clear Crypto Guidelines

CCN
Bitcoin supporter and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang is calling on the federal government to provide the crypto community with clear and concise guidelines concerning how cryptocurrency and digital assets will be treated and regulated. Yang specifically calls out New York's BitLicense for its stringent regulations.
NEWS
opinion

Vitalik's Thoughts On Freedom Of Speech

Vitalik Buterin opines on censorship within the cryptosphere, analyzing when it is acceptable and parsing out the differences between private and public censorship.