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.
A United States House bill proposes a Treasury-issued, hardware-secured and anonymous form of digital cash.
US e-cash: Bill proposes digital currency that replicates cash, bypasses the Fed
A win in the European Parliament, but will mining rules have to change? “Eventually, only PoS will be adopted by blockchain applications.”
EU vote on Bitcoin mining: What does it mean for the industry?
Every day, people are seeing “live” why sanctions matter. “Everyone is starting to rethink the importance of compliance and crypto.”
Is the Ukraine war intensifying regulatory pressure on crypto firms?
Crypto use is likely to grow among ordinary citizens of both nations — though it won’t help Russia’s elite dodge economic restrictions.
Crypto offers Russia no way out from Western sanctions
Stablecoins are another piece in the puzzle, like DAOs or digital identity. “And if we don’t have it just right at first, we’ll fix it.”
Wyoming’s state stablecoin: Another brick in the wall?
If Bitcoin is used for fundraising, is it inevitably tarred by the cause to which it’s been linked, like anti-vax truckers?
Bitcoin at the barricades: Ottawa, Ukraine and beyond
With its special qualities that can turn users into owners and owners into users, crypto aligns with historic Black aspirations.
Crypto secures a place in the African American saga