Andrew Thurman

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.

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News
The new AMM will feature four customizable pool options and offer significant capital efficiency for depositors.
After ‘7/20’ social media campaign, Sushi reveals all-in-one AMM ‘Trident’
Andrew Thurman
2021-07-20T13:21:37+01:00
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Ontario's crypto exchange crackdown continues as Binance plans to end operations Dec. 31, 2021.
Binance to cease operations in Ontario following regulatory crackdown
Andrew Thurman
2021-06-26T23:07:49+01:00
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Boston Federal Reserve President Eric Rosengren notes that Tether could be a "disruptor" to short term credit markets.
Federal Reserve official: Stablecoin growth is 'exponential,' deserves 'attention'
Andrew Thurman
2021-06-26T18:00:36+01:00
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Newsletter
The first-ever “reverse rug” has a surprising compensation plan, and the largest protocol in DeFi ponders growth.
Finance Redefined: Alchemix rugpull remuneration, and Aave v. 2.5! June 16-23
Andrew Thurman
2021-06-25T16:44:40+01:00
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DeFi-powered NFTs are headed to the metaverse in a yield farming-meets-Pac Man mashup.
DeFi and NFT crossover project Aavegotchi releases ‘Gotchiverse’ litepaper
Andrew Thurman
2021-06-23T16:04:39+01:00
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Interview
The former CFTC chairman weighs in on what a U.S. CBDC might look like, as well as the benefits it could bring to American citizens.
Chris Giancarlo: U.S. risks becoming 'backwater' without central bank digital currency
Andrew Thurman
2021-06-22T01:17:56+01:00
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The Canadian miner with a focus on green energy should be available to trade in the coming weeks.
Canada’s Hive Blockchain Technologies approved for Nasdaq listing
Andrew Thurman
2021-06-19T17:53:03+01:00
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Three Ethereum testnets now have a set date for the London hard fork, a key step toward a full mainnet implementation.
Ethereum’s ‘London’ hardfork set to go live on testnets starting June 24
Andrew Thurman
2021-06-18T17:29:39+01:00
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