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.
Block.One’s announced participation in EOS’s block producer elections has reignited concerns regarding the network’s centralization.
Block.One Joins EOS Elections as One Entity Allegedly Controls 6 Block Producers
Despite crypto markets reclaiming the capitalization boasted in Nov. 2017 and record volumes, altcoins have seen a declining market share.
Altcoin Market Capitalization Shrinks Despite Volume Boost Since 2017
A look at the history of the mysterious firm Crypto Capital and its ties to Bitfinex as court cases brew.
Bitfinex Cries Fraud as Crypto Capital Executive Indicted by US
The country that tried to ban Bitcoin in 2013 is now home to some of the world’s most permissive ICO regulations.
Thailand Pushes Permissive Regulations as First Legal ICO Is Launched
While ordinary Cubans are using crypto access the global marketplace, the sector faces a number of challenges.
Crypto in Cuba Faces Challenges Despite Growing Adoption, Overview
Oxfam is readying to launch its second trial phase using the DAI stablecoin to distribute financial aid.
Oxfam Readies Phase Two of Dai-Based Vanuatu Disaster Relief Program
Performance claims of Hedera’s “third-generation” distributed ledger being called into question, what is the protocol really capable of?
Hedera Hashgraph — Deep Look Into 10,000 Transactions Per Second Claim