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.
A video emerged claiming that the leader of the Russian Orthodox Church was blessing financial investments.
Russian Orthodox Patriarch is not a Bitcoiner, church clarifies
Some regulators feel that a lack of clear laws for the industry is helping crypto miners avoid paying taxes.
Russian Duma creates working group to tackle crypto mining regulations
A fraudulent statement claimed that Bitcoin Cash would be accepted at over 2,000 grocery stores in the United States.
American grocer Kroger says Bitcoin Cash press release was fraudulent
But Bitcoin Suisse still has "many options on the table," says the firm's CEO.
Swiss regulator 'unlikely' to approve Bitcoin Suisse's banking license
Kelly Loeffler has lost the Georgia runoff election to Democratic challenger Raphael Warnock.
Dem candidate beats former Bakkt CEO Kelly Loeffler in tight senate race
The venture capital firm has taken issue with U.S. regulators latest move against crypto.
Andreessen Horowitz joins push against FinCEN's 11th-hour crypto rules
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Five times crypto got weird in 2020
Blockchain is changing how banks handle debt.
Israel’s Bank Hapoalim joins blockchain bank guarantee platform