Aaron Wood

Aaron Wood is an editor at Cointelegraph, with a background in energy and economics. He keeps an eye on Blockchain's applications in building smarter and more equitable energy access globally.

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As the cryptocurrency world entered the year 2020, Cointelegraph takes a look at the top 10 influencers in the cryptocurrency space.
Brad Garlinghouse: The Tech Maverick Rippling Through Finance
Aaron Wood
2020-02-16T16:30:00+00:00
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Binace has hired on a former Huobi and JPMorgan exec as its new director of European and Latin American growth and institutional business.
Binance Poaches Huobi's European and Latin American Business Lead
Aaron Wood
2020-01-30T09:00:00+00:00
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A new report from CV VC notes the effect of Ether prices on the valuation of top cryptocurrency and blockchain firms in Crypto Valley.
Ether Price Drop Slashed Valuation of Crypto Valley’s Top 50 Firms by 40%
Aaron Wood
2020-01-23T09:42:00+00:00
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The Libra Association has formed a five-member steering committee to guid the network’s technical development.
Libra Association Forms Steering Committee to Guide Technical Development
Aaron Wood
2020-01-17T11:58:00+00:00
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BlockFi, a major cryptocurrency lending firm, has added two new assets to its offering, Litecoin and USD Coin.
Crypto Lending Firm BlockFi Adds Support for Litecoin and USD Coin
Aaron Wood
2020-01-08T14:09:00+00:00
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Thai police have busted an alleged Bitcoin scam trading scheme in Bangkok, arresting 24 Chinese nationals and seizing hardware.
Thai Police Arrest 24 Chinese Nationals for Alleged Bitcoin Scam
Aaron Wood
2019-12-06T09:38:00+00:00
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A new study from Cointelegraph Consulting and Insolar highlights potential massive savings to be had through enterprise blockchain adoption.
Study: Blockchain to Save $450B in Supply Chain Costs in Western Europe
Aaron Wood
2019-12-03T22:55:00+00:00
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In a recent development in the SEC case against Telegram, a judge preserved the regulator’s motion to strike Telegram’s void for vagueness defense.
Judge Preserves SEC Motion to Strike Telegram’s Void for Vagueness Defense
Aaron Wood
2019-11-27T16:35:00+00:00
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