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.
Stablecoins, IOU tokens, and future incentive programs are coming down the pipe for jilted investors.
Reeling from post-hack price slump, Easyfi reveals community compensation plan
A difficult-to-enforce ban may actually be part of a larger sanctions-avoidance strategy.
Iran seems to be attempting to ban foreign-mined cryptocurrencies for payments
After years of anticipation, Goldman is finally offering institutional partners trading services.
Goldman Sachs launches limited BTC derivatives trading desk
Uniswap v3 starts off with a whimper, not a bang, and grifters galore in this week’s Finance Redefined.
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Further growth may be on the horizon for the world's largest smart contract platform.
Ethereum hits $3,000 for the first time, now larger than Bank of America
No one man should have all that Much Wow-er.
Elon Musk, DOGE market maker? Meme currency pumps as SNL skit looms
Infrastructure provider Chorus One believes they can help Lido corner 25% of all staked SOL.
Staking giant Lido looks to bring services to Solana