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.
New tech that reduces costs of international payments would “be a boon for poor countries that rely on remittances” — but will BTC as legal tender fix that?
An asset for all classes: What to expect from Bitcoin as a legal tender
Miami has a dynamic mayor, lots of VC money and is coming off the largest ever crypto extravaganza, but is that enough without legal clarity?
Miami stakes the claim to become the world’s Bitcoin and crypto capital
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Death knell for Chinese crypto miners? Rigs on the move after gov’t crackdown
Institutional investors know crypto assets are volatile: “They’re making a generational bet and are not deterred by a few weeks of volatility.”
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Cryptocurrency custody gives commercial banks a foothold in the market
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Inflation winds stiffen as Bitcoin ballast on balance sheets proves its value
Declaring BTC a store of value — e.g., gold 2.0 — but not a medium of exchange, defies logic. It must first have a use case.
As Bitcoin’s payment options grow, BTC true future role up for debate