Keira Wright

Wright is passionate about making the crypto field more accessible by bringing diverse voices to the space. She’s previously worked as a reporter in Australia and Indonesia, for companies including Reuters and Ticker NEWS and has a degree in Professional Communication, specializing in journalism and international politics.

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The report also found that a transaction on the Solana blockchain uses 24 times less energy than charging your phone.
Report claims each Solana TX uses less energy than 2 Google searches
Keira Wright
2021-11-26T03:40:15+00:00
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Previous documents from the Indian government indicate that it believes any cryptocurrencies not issued by the government are considered private and, therefore,...
Experts divided on how far India’s ‘private crypto’ ban will go
Keira Wright
2021-11-25T05:22:51+00:00
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The attack is the latest in a long string of exploits targeting users on Discord with fake “stealth” NFT drops.
Animoca to repay users 265 ETH stolen in fake NFT drop Discord hack
Keira Wright
2021-11-25T01:50:14+00:00
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The time of the JRR Token has come, but it was unable to defeat the Tolkien Estate in a ruling that has forced the project to shut down and cease trading.
You shall not pass: Tolkien estate blocks ‘The Lord of the Rings’ JRR Token
Keira Wright
2021-11-23T06:41:30+00:00
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The analytics provider reported that long-term BTC holders are reducing their spending and adding to positions.
Long-term Bitcoin holders at multi-year high: Glassnode
Keira Wright
2021-11-23T03:32:04+00:00
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Su Zhu backtracked after the initial scathing comments, saying that he “loves Ethereum and what it stands for.”
Three Arrows Capital CEO backtracks on Ethereum abandonment comments
Keira Wright
2021-11-22T07:38:00+00:00
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The big funding came via private sale, pre-sale, and the token’s IDO, which sold out in under an hour.
Animoca Brands raises $5M for NFT marketplace, Quidd
Keira Wright
2021-11-22T04:28:58+00:00
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The Liberal Party Senator commented that DeFi “presents huge opportunities” for Australia to cement its place as a “front-runner for innovation.”
Australian Senator says DeFi is 'not going away any time soon'
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2021-11-22T02:46:49+00:00
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