Joseph Hall

Joseph is a research and interview journalist with a keen interest in the monetary policy implications of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.

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Reaching 1 GBP = $1.04, the pound has crash-landed, marking a record low against the U.S. dollar following the new prime minister’s budget announcements.
GBP follows euro: The pound-dollar rate hits all-time low
Joseph Hall
2022-09-26T11:03:39+01:00
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A Bitcoin-themed bar and education center has popped up in Northern England and Cointelegraph swung by to interview the founder and raise a glass.
Raise a glass to Satoshi’s Place: the challenge of running Bitcoin businesses
Joseph Hall
2022-09-21T17:45:00+01:00
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MicroStrategy bought an additional 301 BTC for $6 million at an average price of $19,851, the company’s executive chairman announced on Twitter.
Michael Saylor can’t stop: MicroStrategy now holds 130,000 Bitcoin
Joseph Hall
2022-09-20T14:09:42+01:00
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The CEO of Wintermute has stated that it is “open” to treating the hack as a white hat hack and would speak to the attacker.
$160M stolen from crypto market maker Wintermute
Joseph Hall
2022-09-20T10:41:57+01:00
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Gaming companies Zebedee and Thndr are taking advantage of the Lighting Network, atop Bitcoin, to entertain and onboard gamers into Bitcoin.
Solitaire, Counter-Strike, Snake: How casual gaming could be a ‘huge’ Bitcoin on-ramp
Joseph Hall
2022-09-19T14:20:09+01:00
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A municipality in Norway is using all means necessary to avoid “energy-sucking” Bitcoin miners establishing further operations, citing noise complaints and ener...
Norwegian town wants 'noisy' Bitcoin miner out — CEO responds
Joseph Hall
2022-09-15T10:30:00+01:00
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According to Pascal Gauthier, CEO at Ledger, in spite of the bear market there is a lot to be optimistic about in the crypto and Web 3 space.
Bitcoin might be down but interest in crypto and NFTs is here to stay: Ledger CEO
Joseph Hall
2022-09-12T17:10:24+01:00
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Bitcoin celebrates a milestone of 5,000 days online on Sept. 12, 2022, as miners continue to solve valid blocks on average every 10 minutes.
While the banks were closed, Bitcoin reached 5,000 days online
Joseph Hall
2022-09-12T16:15:00+01:00
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