This past week multiple governments including the U.S. and the U.K. actually pressured corporations like Rumble and TikTok to deplatform political commentator Russell Brand.
Back in November of 2022, The Trends Journal had forecast a stock market spike in 2023. We noted that over the past 40 U.S. midterm elections, the S&P 500 rose 16.3 percent in the next 12 months and considering the economic data, the trend would continue.
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.
Scaling Ethereum “to the size of the internet.” That’s a sizable goal, but one that Polygon developers have set for the future of their “Layer 2” blockchain, which is known for offering technology which can reduce transaction costs of utilizing the Ethereum network.
Right now there’s no question that Hong Kong is friendlier to crypto companies and web3 development than New York, or the Biden Administration in general.
As the U.S. banking system, and an unknown ocean of derivatives investments teeter on the edge of a cataclysm, the SEC seems more concerned than ever with…Ripple?
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?
When it comes to a spot Bitcoin ETF (Electronically Traded Fund), the EU beat the U.S. to the punch…
…or at least that was the story from some major crypto outlets like Cointelegraph, Blockworks and others.
Calaxy, a social media platform which facilitates direct interactions and payments between social media creatives and audiences, made its official launch last week.
Was the Securities and Exchange Commision unfairly targeting XRP with its lawsuit, while giving other cryptos like Ethereum a pass?