Andrew Thurman is a weekend editor at Cointelegraph, and he writes on emerging projects and blockchain innovations during the week. A reformed English teacher, he has worked in this industry in various capacities since 2017. He spends far too much time tweeting about books, basketball, and blockchain.
One of DeFi's strangest experiments continues to push the envelope in both governance and architecture.
Inverse Finance seizes tokens, ships code: Launches stablecoin lending protocol
The latest attack relied on user permissions granted to the protocol
Transaction batching protocol Furucombo suffers $14 million “evil contract” hack
Critics of the digital currency have visions of the future every bit as silly as maximalist's.
Economist warns of dystopia if ‘Bitcoin Aristocrats’ become reality
Bitcoin in, and Bitcoin out: major players are deploying different strategies as BTC consolidates well under $58,400 highs.
Institutions and miners accumulating through Bitcoin chop; whales uncertain
The Risk Alert seemed to take particular aim at broker-dealers, who have been "inadequate" in their AML compliance.
SEC’s Division of Examinations issues Risk Alert on digital assets
The research, media and investment company adds a development wing.
Delphi Digital launches Labs wing to bolster portfolio company development
Ethereum protocols account for over a third of Grayscale's assets under consideration for listing as exchange-traded products.
DeFi mainstays headline Grayscale’s list of new products under consideration