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It is still too early to gauge the impact of QE on crypto, says Mati Greenspan. “The initial shock of the global economy grinding to a halt” is still too fresh.
Fed’s Quantitative Easing Strategy Holds Long-Term Benefits for Crypto
Mt. Gox court cases see no end as creditors continue to wait for their funds, but could another event like Mt. Gox take place given the current market volatilit...
Mt. Gox Casts a Dark Shadow of Crypto’s Collapse — A Long Fight for Justice
“The fact that an OECD country is recognizing BTC as a ‘fungible’ asset is progress — a wake-up call to banks, institutional investors, regulators that Bitcoin ...
French Court Moves the BTC Chess Piece — How Will Regulators Respond?
USDT remains the largest stablecoin by far and is listed on all the major exchanges and wallets. Sogani: “Any [court] decision will impact the industry directly...
Proving That Tether Manipulated Bitcoin 2017 Bull Run Won’t Be Easy
Brazil’s PIX will cut out payment intermediaries, enabling peer-to-peer and business-to-business transactions in seconds.
Brazil’s PIX Payments System Has the Same Spirit, but Not a Blockchain Structure
The lawsuit against Tether is proceeding, but first a New York judge needs to decide which law firm takes lead on the case.
Lawyers Duke it Out Over Who Gets To Lead the Class Action Suit Against Tether
Alex Tapscott discusses his recently released book Financial Services Revolution with Cointelegraph.
Getting Into the Financial Services Revolution With Alex Tapscott