Samuel Haig

Samuel Haig is a journalist who has been completely obsessed with Bitcoin and cryptocurrency since 2012. Samuel lives in Tasmania, Australia, where he attended the University of Tasmania and majored in political science and journalism, media and communications. Samuel has written about the dialectics of decentralization and is also a kangaroo riding enthusiast.

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Chinese wallets both sent and received more than $2 billion worth of crypto associated with illicit activities between April 2019 and June 2021.
China crypto crime: Still ‘top ranked’ for illicit activity, but crime is falling
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2021-08-04T06:12:02+01:00
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Three exclusive Top Shot NFTs will be minted to commemorate this weekend’s NBA Summer League games.
Top Shot to sell exclusive NFT moments at live basketball games
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2021-08-04T04:48:43+01:00
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PolygonPunks have been removed from leading NFT marketplace OpenSea, likely at the behest of CryptoPunks’ creator Larva Labs.
CryptoPunks clone PolygonPunks booted from OpenSea marketplace
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2021-08-04T03:05:47+01:00
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Pop starlet Miley Cyrus was spotted performing at an extravagant private birthday party for actress Gabriela Novogratz, the daughter of Galaxy Digital CEO Mike ...
Miley Cyrus performs at birthday party for Mike Novogratz’s daughter
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2021-08-03T06:20:51+01:00
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dHEDGE’s v2 Polygon deployment boasts a SushiSwap integration enabling asset managers to access Sushi’s DEX and yield farming functionality.
dHEDGE scales up on Polygon, integrates with SushiSwap
Samuel Haig
2021-08-02T04:13:00+01:00
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FinCEN digital currency adviser Michele Korver believes cryptocurrency is a natural evolution in financial technology.
FinCEN's new digital currency advisor says crypto's 'just another means of payment'
Samuel Haig
2021-07-30T05:08:05+01:00
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Characterizing his contemporaries as viewing the crypto sector as a “financial 9/11,” Congressman Ted Budd has warned lawmakers against driving blockchain innov...
Congressman takes aim at peers who think crypto could cause a ‘financial 9/11’
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2021-07-30T03:41:09+01:00
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U.S. lawmakers believe they can find $28 billion worth of infrastructure funding by expanding taxation on crypto transactions.
Senators add crypto taxes to infrastructure deal to raise $28B in extra revenue
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2021-07-29T05:55:25+01:00
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