Daniele Servadei is the 20-year-old founder and CEO of Sellix, an Italian e-commerce platform that has processed more than $75 million in transactions for more than 2.3 million customers worldwide. He's attending the University of Parma for a degree in computer science.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is suing Kraken for selling cryptocurrencies, but it looks like a recycled version of a losing lawsuit.
The SEC is facing another defeat in its recycled lawsuit against Kraken
Bitcoin's halving is months away, and cryptocurrency companies are getting excited. Don’t be surprised if some companies fail as they rush products to market.
Expect some crypto companies to fail in the wake of Bitcoin's halving
The Wall Street Journal corrected its misreporting about crypto funding Hamas, but it was too late to stop lawmakers from amplifying false claims.
WSJ debacle fueled US lawmakers’ ill-informed crusade against crypto
Evergrande’s ongoing bankruptcy saga has significant macroeconomic implications — including for the global cryptocurrency market.
The bright side of Evergrande’s collapse? More crypto volatility
Crypto doesn’t need BlackRock’s Bitcoin ETF. It undermines the basic tenets of cryptocurrency — from banking the unbanked to reducing global oppression.
BlackRock’s misguided effort to create ‘Crypto for Dummies’
Those of us in Italy and surrounding countries will be allowed to continue trading Zcash, Monero and other coins that Binance sought to condemn as unworthy.
Binance caves to pressure over coin listings, scoring a win for privacy
The fire lit by Silvergate Bank and Silicon Valley Bank will make it harder for crypto to find financial partners.
Collapse of Silvergate and Silicon Valley Bank represents a challenge for crypto