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The entry of firms like Square, MicroStrategy and Stone Ridge may open the BTC floodgates and provide “confidence for the rest to follow.”
The next big treasure: Corporations buy up Bitcoin as a treasury reserve
More regulation is coming, and it will be costly, but compliance can also expand an exchange’s customer base.
Memo to crypto exchanges: KYC compliance can be a competitive advantage
A society without paper money might be a less equitable society. Those lacking digital connectivity would suffer.
Cashless future ahead? Utopian digital dream with dystopian inequality
Historically, digital art has been almost impossible to monetize. Blockchain technology can solve that problem.
Tokenized art: NFTs paint bright future for artists, blockchain tech
Game theory suggests ways for Ethereum Classic to deter double-spend assaults, say MIT researchers.
Fight fire with fire: MIT scholar suggests ETC counters 51% attacks
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Digital cold war? United States and China vie for blockchain supremacy
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