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Censor-resistant money, censored.
Move comes as growing number of traditional financial services firms revisit virtual currencies
Group says it has lost touch with employee who holds the exchange’s crucial ‘private keys’
The rabbit hole behind the rabbit hole is possibly a weaponised game.
‘Tokenisation’ would allow a crypto asset to represent single securities like ETFs
Pressure to diversify payment options are growing but central banks must tread carefully
The latest criminal charges against BitMEX pose serious questions about what might happen to the crypto universe when exchanges are forced to decentralise.
Move to save retail investors from themselves will not please digital coin supporters
Why does an “oversubscribed” listing only have one new significant investor?
When charts become performance art
Underlying assets have ‘no reliable basis for valuation’, says FCA
Founder of antivirus company allegedly hid income from touting cryptocurrencies
BitMEX executives accused of operating an unregistered trading platform
Poems are the latest weapon in the fightback against bank fraud
Brussels also pledges to learn lessons of Wirecard scandal and to tackle money laundering
The son of David “Spotty” Rowland wants to take on Monzo. We wish him luck.
QAnon is self-evidently a psyop, but could it also be a new type of calculation machine?
Where to begin eh?
The “controversies” section of Brad Garlinghouse’s entry recently disappeared.
Digital currency funds were up more than 50% from January to July, according to Eurekahedge
The start-up is still trying to find compelling uses for the blockchain technology underpinning its XRP currency
For those who thought compliant Visa/Mastercard-networked cryptocards were too good to be true . . .turns out they probably were.
We could be on the cusp of the biggest revolution in the way money is accounted for since the 17th century.
Until the pandemic the demise of cash was very much customer led. Now, however, the push seems to be coming from vendors.