Kirill Bryanov is a PhD researcher at Lousiana State University. His scholarly interests center on political and societal implications of communication technology, with a focus on blockchain-powered decentalized architectures.
Insurance protection for online crypto wallets is finally on the market, but at what cost?
Retail Crypto Insurance: Protecting Crypto Holdings Becoming Mainstream
In implementing new Anti-Money Laundering policies, many countries automatically treat crypto transactions as high-risk.
Presumed Guilty: Financial Watchdogs See Crypto as Illicit by Default
The Trump administration proposes boost to the Treasury’s capacity to police cryptocurrency space.
Trump’s Proposed Budget Snubs Blockchain, Crypto in Crosshairs of Security Service
Thickening regulations may drive crypto firms out of the EU, the rest will have to comply with “unclear and fragmented” laws for benefits in the long run.
Should They Stay or Should They Go? Crypto Firms in the EU Must Decide
Craig Wright has pulled out the last trump card from his sleeve in the court case that indirectly tests his claim to be the Bitcoin creator.
Craig Wright Court Saga Nears Judgment Day With More Questions Than Answers
New Year Special
The year 2019 was rich with major privacy developments, but 2020 may rock regulatory landscape even more.
Lawmakers Finally Took Data Privacy Seriously — 2019 Regulatory Roundup
Russian authorities are poised to introduce several prohibitive measures, yet feasibility and enforcement mechanisms raise questions.
Crypto Remains Unregulated in Russia — Lots of Talk but No Action