Here’s a fun fact: The gender balance in Bitcoin is reportedly more skewed than the gold rush. The actual gold rush in the 1850s.
By: Alexandra Scaggs
While many jurisdictions are dragging their feet on ICO regulation, often using the poor excuse of having to be “financial innovation” friendly, other more serious jurisdictions are finally beginning to move
By: Izabella Kaminska
LydianCoin wants you to pay in advance for advertising.
By: Kadhim Shubber
The first “ICO unicorns” have arrived, says TechCrunch
Messaging app Kik is jumping on the initial coin offering bandwagon
And there’s a CNBC effect to boost…
Is it to save the world from authoritarian systems? Or to engineer ways for illicit money to get into the legitimate system?
It’s difficult to say what “tokenization” actually achieves, besides allowing people to avoid banks and law enforcement.
It seems Daniel Harrison’s magic money machine wasn’t magic after all.
By: Paul Murphy
The nice thing about disclosure is you can’t say you weren’t warned…
The ICOmedy continues, this time with coins for every occasion. And all because limited single-purpose currency is supposedly so much more logical and useful than good old cash stuff.
It’s what happens when you ascend to the grown up world of professional market trading…
An open letter to Jay Clayton.
Sometimes decentralising everything just makes things more inefficient.
Hop on board the rocket. It’s headed all the way to the bottom of the garden.
By: FT Alphaville
This man had real world form before discovering “perpetuated wealth creation” in gaga crypto land
ICO PR spin is achieving new heights of creativity.
There are no interest rates in the cryptocurrency world, and that’s a problem for gauging any sense of fair relative price.
Block.one has managed to raise $200m selling something it says is useless.
The Crypto craze is the stuff of Alex Jones. But we’ll still try and cover it…
Ideas include buying a media outlet and lobbying small nation states.