Kollen Post is a writer, editor and language junkie from West Michigan. He specializes in tracing the intersections of regulation, law and blockchain, especially as they cross national borders. Outside of crypto, he likes rock climbing and bad horror movies.
The leaders of two tech giants are using nationalism to win back the governments of their respective home countries after stumbling over crypto launches.
Facebook’s Zuckerberg and Telegram’s Durov Posture as Defenders Against Foreign Tech Invasions
Despite a number of choke points, development continues for both security tokens themselves and the market infrastructure to support them.
Who’s Afraid of Security Tokens? STO Ecosystem Starts to Deliver on 2018 Hype
Major breakthroughs the U.S., Russia and China lead this week’s cryptocurrency policy news as it looks like everyone is trying to bring the industry in from the...
Law Decoded: Lawmakers in World’s Largest Markets Warm to Crypto, July 17-24
The office of the U.S. Treasury that handles banks has issued a determination on the long-debated subject of custodying crypto assets
US Banking Regulator Greenlights Crypto Custody at Federally Chartered Banks
Senate looks at tech and innovation, including CBDC development, as critical area within rising tensions with China.
Tech Like CBDCs Central to Senate Hearing on China-US Competition
Commissioner Hester Peirce clearly doesn’t see the SEC’s courtroom win against Telegram as a victory for the regulator or innovation in the U.S.
SEC Commissioner Peirce Asks ‘Who Did We Protect?’ in Telegram Shutdown
The tale of hacked exchange Cryptopia’s extended liquidation is poised to see new legal action from a major creditor and token issuer.
Major Victim of Cryptopia Hack Prepares to Sue Liquidator Grant Thornton