By: Jamie Powell
Where US-China trade tensions go, bitcoin will follow. (Up.)
By: Jemima Kelly
Audiophile trigger warning.
Reputation is an idle and most false imposition, oft got without merit and lost without deserving.
By: Thomas Hale
The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled, was convincing the world that interest income might have existed.
But also an opportunity to show how nonsensical the technology is.
And the myth of decentralisation.
The Hong Kong listed 58-bagger has an *interesting* website.
It's simple really.
“FEAR. IS THE ULTIMATE. CURRENCY.”
By: Jamie Powell and Jemima Kelly
'Negligence nor mismanagement nor woeful acts of God were not the reasons – much of this was the result of injustice!'
Sorry Scott Galloway, but it takes two to do the $1tn tango.
The market in Wirecard was not manipulated.
By: Paul Murphy
We've got to be talking about tax evasion, tax evasion, tax evasion.
If an enterprise needs an army of online thought police to protect it, it's definitely not an investment worth making.
By: Izabella Kaminska
The wisdom of the crowds, without the crowds. Or the wisdom.
Everything else is public relations.
Forget your lifelines: embrace the dystopia.
You gotta have faith.
Rathbone's boldly backs the banker's bonds.
Being an asset is like being a lady. If you have to tell people you are one, you aren't.
Some mothers do 'ave em. But most, thank God, don't.
Salaries aren't everything.
“Think of it as getting free bitcoin seven years ago.”
At least for now.
By: Colby Smith
Fundraising via initial coin offerings has fallen off a cliff.
With the benefit of hindsight, sales per store were too steady.
By: Dan McCrum
Residential capitalism is a child of the banking system
By: Kate Allen
The media startup has a lot of lofty ambition, but precious little chance of success.
New study shows public companies invest more than private ones.