“Open source is going to outer space!”
By: Jemima Kelly
Steve Wozniak finds himself in Malta with a token offering endorsed by the prime minister himself.
A sudden bout of the kidney stones attacks young Justin Sun.
TFW you feel sorry for the third-richest person in the world.
“We ask for consideration in publishing this momentous achievement which will change the complete cryptocurrency landscape for all.”
The “prestigious LGC-Coin cryptocurrency”.
“Seller does not accept returns”.
Last year, Joe Public went all in on crypto, and plenty egged them on.
By: Jamie Powell
Regulation of ICOs and crypto-exchanges is a “matter of urgency”.
By: Dan McCrum
Because why bother scrolling through stock photos when you can just use Bitmoji?
LSE: educators of JFK, Friedrich von Hayek, and the next big thing in crypto trading.
Nobody wants to be locked in.
The US regulator, it seems, can troll with (almost) the best of 'em.
What's the Sharpe ratio of juggling grenades?
Peak tautology has been reached.
But actually it's nothing to laugh about. ICOs are serious, guys.
National Assembly declares Venezuela's cryptocurrency unconstitutional.
The Equi Capital initial coin offering is finance at its most creative and audacious.
By: Kadhim Shubber
Michelle Mone, the founder of Ultimo lingerie, and boyfriend Douglas Barrowman are launching an ICO…
Top officials at the SEC and CFTC co-wrote an op-ed promising they’re looking at cryptocurrency markets.
By: Alexandra Scaggs
This post does not relate to Alphachain.
KodakCoin is here.
Visa has terminated its relationship with WaveCrest, a major processor of crypto prepaid cards, because of continued non-compliance with its operating rules.
By: Izabella Kaminska
Laughing in the face of Mifid II.
In reality, exposes commodity-backed crypto coins are just commodity ETFs in disguise.
By: Gregory Meyer, Alexandra Scaggs
The SEC wants to freeze the assets of a pair of ICO-hyping Canadians.
Either crypto valuations are totally off, or we in the real world have missed just how polarised capital markets have got.
A cautionary tale from Douglas Adams about the folly of believing in magic money trees.
By: Guest writer
“This is not just about distributed technology… it’s about distributed wealth”
By: Paul Murphy