Craig Adeyanju

Craig is a freelance financial writer. His mission is to make finance feel more humane by providing real world folks with actionable and helpful content. His work has appeared on some of the biggest financial portals online including Investopedia, Motley Fool and TheStreet.

Author’s posts

Analysis
Crypto custody firms are mostly treated like traditional assets, ignoring the uniqueness of digital assets and its various complexities.
Ball’s in Their Court: Crypto Custodians Waiting on Regulators to Act
Craig Adeyanju
2020-06-06T13:45:00+01:00
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Analysis
China holds more blockchain patents, but the number of U.S. companies invested in blockchain is greater.
Chinese Blockchain Investment on the Rise, but Comparison to US Is Apples to Oranges
Craig Adeyanju
2020-04-12T07:16:00+01:00
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New Year Special
BitMEX’s insurance fund now holds nearly 0.2% of all Bitcoin in circulation after growing 61% in 2019, but what exactly is it for?
BitMEX Ends Year With Additional 13K BTC in Its Insurance Fund, Up 61%
Craig Adeyanju
2019-12-31T08:58:00+00:00
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Analysis
Web 3.0 browsers are tapping into existing networks in emerging markets to foster crypto adoption.
Web 3.0 Initiatives Can Drive Crypto Adoption Across the Globe
Craig Adeyanju
2019-11-20T19:27:00+00:00
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Analysis
Microsoft is bolstering its blockchain offerings on the Azure platform through a series of partnerships, Insolar the latest to join.
Crypto Firms Join Azure as Microsoft Fights Amazon for Market Share
Craig Adeyanju
2019-10-18T17:41:00+01:00
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Analysis
Blockchain can contribute to trade cost savings by replacing the paper-heavy custom processes that slow down trade.
Blockchain Adoption as a Cure for Cross-Border Trading
Craig Adeyanju
2019-09-28T16:57:00+01:00
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Analysis
Poloniex is making moves to cover its losses from the CLAM flash crash, but questions remain about the accountability of margin borrowers...
Poloniex Pledges to Reimburse Flash Crash Losses, Victims Displeased
Craig Adeyanju
2019-08-24T16:44:00+01:00
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Follow up
Mt. Gox founder Jed McCaleb allegedly misrepresented fund losses to keep traders on the platform, according to a lawsuit.
Mt. Gox Vulnerability Covered Up by Founder McCaleb, Lawsuit Alleges
Craig Adeyanju
2019-07-02T08:10:00+01:00
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