Helen Partz

Helen is passionate about learning languages, cultures and the Internet. She has years of experience working at international online advertising projects. Growing interested in Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in late 2017, she joined Cointelegraph as a writer.

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The Crypto Rating Council brings more regulatory clarity to crypto by analyzing whether certain coins constitute securities.
Coinbase-Backed Crypto Rating Council Lists IOTA, BAT, and USDC
Helen Partz
2020-04-04T02:00:00+01:00
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Binance, the world’s largest crypto exchange, has announced 100 new hires despite the ongoing economic downturn.
Binance Shelters Against Job Losses During Global Pandemic
Helen Partz
2020-04-03T22:57:00+01:00
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Mike Novogratz, CEO of crypto merchant bank Galaxy Digital, admitted that he might give up on Bitcoin if its price does not hit new highs in 2020.
Mike Novogratz May ‘Hang His Spurs’ if Bitcoin Doesn’t Hit $20K in 2020
Helen Partz
2020-04-03T12:54:00+01:00
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Messari, a major blockchain and crypto research company, argues that there is a weak correlation between total tokens staked and price return.
Staked Token Supply Doesn’t Correlate with Price, Says Messari Analyst
Helen Partz
2020-04-03T08:28:00+01:00
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The director of policy at the Australian Taxpayers' Alliance has purchased her first Bitcoin, triggering excitement in the crypto community.
‘Wahoo!’ Australian Taxpayers Alliance Exec Excited to Buy Bitcoin
Helen Partz
2020-04-03T01:50:00+01:00
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Crypto giant Binance has acquired the most-referenced crypto pricing website, CoinMarketCap, for an undisclosed amount.
Binance Announces CoinMarketCap Acquisition, CZ Gives the Scoop
Helen Partz
2020-04-02T14:00:00+01:00
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Covantis, a blockchain agritech project run by agribusiness giants like Cargill, is officially established in Geneva and appoints CEO.
ConsenSys-Associated Agritech Project Covantis Officially Established
Helen Partz
2020-03-31T21:36:00+01:00
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As many as 42 million people in Iran purportedly used unofficial Telegram apps due to the messenger’s ban in the country only to have their data leaked.
Unofficial Iranian Telegram Applications Leak Data of 42M Users
Helen Partz
2020-03-31T20:08:00+01:00

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