Paul de Havilland
Paul de Havilland is a fan of disruption in technology and an active investor in startups. He has experience covering both traditional and emerging asset classes, and also pens columns on politics and the development sector. His passions include violin and opera.
Nobody who believes in crypto wants it to be a sector beholden to criminality or poor commitment to security.
These are the end days for crypto criminals, and good riddance
While most of us will prefer to forget the horrors of 2020, DeFi may well prove to be the guarantee of a better, more liberated future.
The great unbanking: How DeFi is completing the job Bitcoin started
Opinion: Binance approving and listing SUSHI tokens says more about industry-wide standards rather than Binance’s policy.
To list or not to list, Part 2: Binance listing SUSHI was no big deal
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell threw the U.S. dollar under the bus last week at the central bank’s annual Jackson Hole, Wyoming, meeting.
Jerome Powell throws US dollar under the bus in Jackson Hole
Distributed ledger technology has the potential to solve a lot of economic and social problems, but there are some that we have to solve ourselves.
No, Blockchain Technology Cannot Solve Everything
The Millennial generation will lead humanity to an era of new financial technology as they drive Bitcoin adoption through the next decade.
Crypto Could Save Millennials From the Economy That Failed Them
The new Bitcoin era, now in full swing after the last halving, has the potential to usher in a whole new financial order.
This Post-Halving Bitcoin Era Will Be Unlike Any Other