Brian Newar has been exploring and writing about the blockchain industry since 2017. Born and raised in America, Brian is based in South Korea where he has covered the local blockchain industry, with a focus on regulations and cryptocurrency exchanges.
Though interest in the BeeVi project and its associated digital currency dried up, the Korean professor said he still sees it as a successful endeavor.
Korea’s ‘poop-coin’ reached the end of its pipeline, inventor reveals
The U.S.-based stock and crypto trading platform has reportedly secured a 60% cut on the initial offer made to Ziglu due to poor market conditions.
Robinhood lands steep 60% discount on $170M exchange acquisition: Report
Though crypto television ad spending is down, crypto firms continue to see ad spending as important to keep their brands relevant during a down market.
Crypto ad spending may be down, but awareness remains critical: Experts
Local police in a suburb of Seoul have the authority to seize crypto in order to clear the balance of delinquent fines from traffic violations.
Korean police seize crypto for unpaid traffic fines in trial
The ban of Tornado Cash in the U.S. could have ripple effects across Web3 protocols, particularly ones that offer privacy on the blockchain.
Tornado Cash ban could spell disaster for other privacy protocols — Manta co-founder
According to John Haar, who used to count himself within the ranks of the traditional finance field, a fundamental understanding of “sound money” is preventing ...
Former Goldman Sachs banker explains why Wall Street gets Bitcoin wrong
Short-term holders expanding their BTC holdings indicates that heavy sell-offs have taken place.
Expansion of short-term BTC holders suggests ‘final flush’ of sellers