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Money Laundering States Part 2: Prophetic Laws, Passports For Sale, And Unqualified CEOs In Malta

Jul 5th, 2018
Media Team
As we speak, the island of Malta’s PR machine is in overdrive. Late last month, the Maltese Parliament unanimously voted into law three cryptocurrency and blockchain bills, creating a comprehensive legal framework in support of the industry.
opinion

Blockchain-Based Charity Is No Replacement For Welfare

Jul 7th, 2018
Alison Berreman
Amid Americans’ growing mistrust in government, some see the potential for blockchain-based peer-to-peer and crowd-funded charity to replace government welfare. Have we learned nothing from the well-publicized onslaught of data privacy breaches and the growing economic divide?
NEWS
opinion

To Raise Capital In The Scooter-Sharing Wars, Spin Turns To Blockchain

Jun 29th, 2018
Matthew De Silva
The company is reportedly preparing a security token offering (STO).
opinion

Money Laundering States Part 1: How Malta's Scandals Could Hinder Cryptocurrency

Jul 4th, 2018
Media Team
Malta has set out to become a hub for business and investment into cryptocurrency and blockchain development. But could its murky past and present spell disaster for adoption?
NEWS
opinion

Do The Exits Of TRON And ICON Indicate Trouble Brewing For Ethereum?

Jun 25th, 2018
Frederick Reese
Is the timing of the departures a coincidence or a reflection of deeper problems?
opinion

[UPDATED] Bill Calling For Study Of Cryptocurrency Use In Sex Trafficking Could Do More Harm Than Good

Jun 27th, 2018
Alison Berreman
On June 12, US legislators introduced the FIND bill, which proposes a study on how virtual currencies are being used to buy, sell, and facilitate sex and drug trafficking. If it passes, let’s hope the study is carried out with more nuance than previous legislation aimed at sex trafficking.
opinion

Is Rash Of Recent Cryptocurrency Thefts A Wake-Up Call For Better Security?

Jun 17th, 2018
Frederick Reese
In light of the increase in exchange and wallet hacks, and even a few armed robberies, should the crypto community be looking for bank-like or commodity-level security for cryptocurrencies?
NEWS
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RBI’s Admission That Cryptocurrency Ban Wasn't Based On Research Suggests Prejudice

Jun 13th, 2018
Frederick Reese
It was revealed that the Reserve Bank of India had no research-based justification for initiating its banking ban against cryptocurrency businesses. Was the ban influenced by prejudicial decision-making or negative press?
opinion

ICOs: Rethinking The Wisdom Of The Crowd

Jun 6th, 2018
Matthew De Silva
In the last year, initial coin offerings attracted billions of dollars in cryptocurrency capital from retail investors. Some folks have hailed ICOs as democratizing startup investment opportunities, but the system is not without its flaws.
opinion

Collective Fractional Ownership: A Proposed Blockchain Use Case

Jun 2nd, 2018
Adam Reese
A proposal for a (slightly) new way to use blockchain technology.
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Ethereum Classic Forks Away From ‘Difficulty Bomb’

May 30th, 2018
Matthew De Silva
Developers for Ethereum Classic, a vestigial chain in the cryptocurrency community, have reportedly eliminated the network’s ‘difficulty bomb,’ an original feature of the Ethereum blockchain intended to make proof-of-work mining more challenging.
opinion

A Notch In The Blockchain: One Woman's Immutable Record

May 6th, 2018
Lucinda Michele Knapp
In a search for justice, technology is an answer – an incomplete answer – to the question of what is right.
NEWS
opinion

Flexibility Is Strength: Evolving The 'Smart' Contract

Apr 29th, 2018
Lucinda Michele Knapp
Excited neophytes think that so-called “smart” contracts may be a panacea for all transactional or data management activities that take place in a developing technological ecosystem. It’s a mistaken assumption, but still a noble goal that could yield unexpected dividends.
NEWS
opinion

Brookings Panel: Digital Currency Implications For Central Banks

Apr 20th, 2018
Jordan Daniell
This week, a distinguished panel of central bankers and academics gathered at the Brookings Institution to discuss the vast implications of digital currencies on the banks that make the world go ‘round.
NEWS
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CFTC’s ‘CryptoDad’ Chairman Giancarlo Views Cryptocurrency Boom As Part Of Larger Trend

Apr 18th, 2018
Lucinda Michele Knapp
J. Christopher Giancarlo’s recent speech at Vanderbilt University Law School underlined “the relevance of a principles-based approach to legal education” that is built into the architecture of decentralized networks of distributed wealth and power. He pointed out that millennials and Gen Z expect change to be “driven by technological disintermediation of distrusted institutions.”
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Facebook’s Personal Data Crisis Is Ethereum’s Opportunity

Apr 13th, 2018
Jordan Daniell
Time to take a good look at those privacy settings — and also to push for further development of Ethereum's data storage layer. If anyone's going to control our identities on the coming Web 3.0, it should be us.