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A blockchain network can excel at security or speed — but not both — Solana’s Yakovenko tells Cointelegraph, as the network is betting on speed.
Smashing crypto adoption barrier? Solana aims to do its own ‘thing’
Did a visit from the SEC’s Gensler with EU legislators signal a policy shift? Is U.S.–European collaboration on crypto regulation coming soon?
Slow to start: Crypto regulators lagging behind blockchain industry
Is a futures-based crypto exchange-traded fund really imminent, and if so why that, and not an ETF that takes direct ownership in Bitcoin?
Mass appeal: Could a Bitcoin futures EFT electrify US investors?
Is BTC, crypto’s flagship, prepared to fend off Ethereum with its “incredible network value, rich community and pace of innovation?”
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Biden’s infrastructure bill doesn’t undermine crypto’s bridge to the future
Amazon denied reports it will accept BTC payments soon, but seemingly, it’s only a matter of time before the tech giants embrace the token economy.
Ready to deploy? Amazon’s Bitcoin acceptance can prime a payments future
Why is China forsaking cryptocurrencies at the same time that legacy U.S. banks, long wary of crypto, appear to be discovering its virtues?
A trade war misstep? China is vacating crypto battlefield to US banks