Gareth Jenkinson

Gareth Jenkinson is a journalist and radio presenter based in Durban, South Africa. When he’s not talking about sport on the airwaves - he’s got his eye on the Cryptocurrency market.

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SushiSwap’s community will take charge of the platform once it completes its migration to a multisignature contract from Uniswap.
Creator leaves SushiSwap in hot water as multisig revival is on the menu
Gareth Jenkinson
2020-09-08T20:42:00+01:00
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Analysis
As the Ryuk ransomware continues to wreak havoc, tracking ransomware payments has become critical in stopping criminals from cashing out.
The mischievous Ryuk: Combatting the ‘Death Note’-inspired ransomware
Gareth Jenkinson
2020-09-02T15:13:49+01:00
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Analysis
Recent advertising campaigns by cryptocurrency fund management firms are well timed as investors look for safe havens from inflation.
Key Timing for Adoption? Crypto Goes Mainstream With TV, Newspaper Ads
Gareth Jenkinson
2020-08-18T17:46:00+01:00
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Analysis
Blockchain smartphones and crypto-storing watches: Which innovative devices have actually gone from concept to reality?
Blockchain Phones and Bitcoin Watches: Revisiting the Crypto Tech Hype
Gareth Jenkinson
2020-08-16T07:00:00+01:00
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The new World Stablecoin Association hopes to create a united front for the sector to tackle regulatory concerns and drive collaboration.
Unite to Succeed: Swiss Stablecoin Association Hopes to Break the Ice
Gareth Jenkinson
2020-08-03T20:00:00+01:00
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Analysis
Global payment processors Mastercard and Visa are laying the foundations for crypto support that may drive adoption on a global scale.
Mastercard and Visa Are Making Bold Moves Toward Mass Crypto Adoption
Gareth Jenkinson
2020-07-31T18:30:00+01:00
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Analysis
The popularity of DApps, DeFi tokens and their increasing market share of the Ethereum ecosystem as a result of platform’s evolution?
Put to Good Use: Ethereum Racks Up Serious Numbers to Set Benchmarks
Gareth Jenkinson
2020-07-26T08:17:00+01:00
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The recent high-profile hack of Twitter accounts where 12 BTC was stolen is being investigated, and some exchanges may already know who did it.
Crypto Twitter Hack Recap: A ‘Wake Up Call’ for Centralized Platforms
Gareth Jenkinson
2020-07-18T16:00:00+01:00
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