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.
Wash trading hurts investors and taints the crypto industry, but extinguishing it will be difficult absent global regulation.
Cleaning Up Crypto Exchange Wash Trading Will Take Global Regulation
New York’s State attorney general has wide latitude to investigate a foreign entity like iFinex, said a NY appeals court.
Stablecoin Issuers Be Warned: New York AG’s Arm Is Long
Is it even fair to compare Bitcoin to younger versions of tech giants like Apple?
Comparing Apple to Bitcoin? Crypto Occupies a Class of Its Own
Are traditional business enterprises ready to embrace a blockchain-based payments network? Maybe not, according to two research reports.
Biggest Corporations Sceptical of Introducing Crypto Payment Option
The DeFi sector is seeing rapid growth in use and volume. Some appear concerned about a bursting bubble, but could it be natural growth?
Bubbling Over the Top? DeFi Sector Heats Up in June, Raising Concerns
The SEC has rejected an ETF with only a 25% BTC component before, but how about just 5%? WisdomTree may be testing the agency’s limits.
WisdomTree Tests SEC’s Bitcoin Acceptance Threshold With Latest ETF Filing
Blockchain can play its part in the education sector — record-keeping in 2–3 years and then adoption by the labor market?
Blockchain Can Disrupt Higher Education Today, Global Labor Market Tomorrow