Andrew has been a professional writer and editor for more than 30 years. He received an M.A. in statistics from Columbia University in 2017 and has since been working as a freelance writer with a specialty in machine learning, artificial intelligence, blockchain technology and big data. He likes to swim, play tennis and hike in the Hudson Highlands.
Evidence suggests crypto’s role in terrorism remains relatively minor: “It has not yet become a primary means of terror financing.”
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The SEC is pitching a shutout against Bitcoin-based ETFs, and not even Fidelity’s storied name may be enough to overcome the obstacles.
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As Bitcoin ETFs launch in Canada, an approval from U.S. authorities appears to be closer than ever before as naysayers start to run out of reasons to deny it.
Bitcoin ETF may come to US, but not all crypto investors think it’s needed
While Wyoming was luring crypto businesses, such as Ripple Labs, New York’s AG was bringing enforcement action against Bitfinex.
While Washington dithers, Wyoming and other US states mine for crypto gold