Based in Germany, Janina Winter has been writing about the blockchain and fintech industry for the past few years. Having joined the crypto scene in 2017, she loves to learn and write about new ways blockchain technology can change our world for the better. When away from her deadlines, she enjoys traveling and reading.
Liquid staking has gained popularity among Ethereum users, but concerns about centralization remain.
Addressing centralization concerns in liquid staking — Q&A with Swell
Centralized exchanges have long been the go-to for crypto trading, but users are now seeking greater autonomy. Hybrid exchanges, which integrate decentralized e...
The future of crypto trading is hybrid — Interview with Phemex
The gaming industry is at a pivotal crossroads, where the transition from Web2 to Web3 gaming has become the focal point of innovation and transformation.
Providing value to gamers in a changing Web3 landscape — Interview with TOKYO BEAST
Bitcoin’s value growth depends on widespread adoption supported by real-world use cases to make businesses more efficient.
Can institutional investors like BlackRock trigger the next big Bitcoin rally? — Q&A with OANDA
XGo and TapiocaDAO discussed the revolutionary potential of omnichain solutions and their impact on Web3 mass adoption.
Pioneering the future with omnichain solutions: XGo ID and TapiocaDAO share insights
Can ChatGPT, the AI tool developed by OpenAI, revolutionize the landscape of cryptocurrency trading with its advanced language model and analytical capabilities...
Can AI tools like ChatGPT replace dedicated crypto trading bots?
Transparent financial processes are essential for every business, and the cryptocurrency industry is no different. There is hope yet for companies and individua...
“When evaluating a fiat-to-crypto on-ramp, three things matter” — Q&A with Uphold
The crypto exchange created a new product, “Nitro Spreads,” to provide institutional investors with an easier way to “trade the basis” and successfully navigate...
Basis trading, simplified, and how exchanges adapt to institutional needs — Q&A with OKX