Authors looking for permissionless web3 alternatives to Amazon or Barnes & Noble to publish their works have yet to see anything that approaches the ease of use of those platforms.
With Bitcoin still mired more than 50 percent down from its all-time highs of late 2021, how is El Salvador managing to fare better than most of its central and South American neighbors?
Was the Securities and Exchange Commision unfairly targeting XRP with its lawsuit, while giving other cryptos like Ethereum a pass?
Between vulnerabilities in its “Orb” eye-scanning device code, and a national ban from operating in Kenya, Worldcoin had a less than stellar week.
Like Binance before it, Coinbase Exchange has gotten into the blockchain network business, as well as acting as a crypto exchange service.
Blame it on the Bahamas.
Sam Bankman-Fried, founder and CEO of the FTX crypto exchange, won’t be prosecuted for a campaign finance violation, as part of a case involving embezzlement and fraud involving the company.
Japan envisions web3 technology as the next wave of economic empowerment and inclusion.
The country has been formally focused on providing legal clarity and friendliness to development and infrastructure for web3 since January of 2022.
To say it was a good day for crypto doesn’t quite get it right.
It was a day that crypto likely avoided the hardest road to greater adoption.
Always use two-step verification, and never give either verification codes or passwords to anyone, even someone claiming to be a Coinbase employee.
On the surface, it has seemed a (sort of) positive development: the world’s largest asset manager, BlackRock, one of the largest U.S. based banks, Bank of New York-Mellon, and the largest U.S. crypto exchange, Coinbase, all working together to gain the greenlight for a Bitcoin Spot ETF.