Thomas is a British reporter who loves all things breaking news and crypto. When out of the office, he also likes backgammon and gin.
Bitcoin may not return to $10,000 soon, WHO launches blockchain platform to fight COVID-19, and more bad news for QuadrigaCX victims.
BTC Worries, Buterin ‘Embarrassed,’ Blockchain Fights Coronavirus: Hodler’s Digest, March 23-29
Changpeng Zhao rejects claims that Bitcoin crashed because of the coronavirus, and debate rages on how closely BTC is correlated to the U.S. stock market.
Coronavirus ‘Didn’t Cause’ Crash, BTC Recovery ‘Will Take Months’: Hodler’s Digest, Mar. 16–22
Bitcoin suffers an epic 50% price crash, MakerDAO’s debt crisis, and a French bank blocks consumers from using Coinbase.
Crypto Carnage, Fears of $1,000 BTC, MakerDAO Crisis: Hodler’s Digest, Mar. 9–15
A controversial crypto ban overturned in India, the new Bank of England governor slams Bitcoin, and Jack Dorsey gets backing as Twitter CEO.
India Ban Overturned, BTC Owners Warned They’ll Lose Everything, Hodler’s Digest, Mar. 2–8
Cryptocurrencies fall ill as coronavirus fears grip the market, Anthony Pompliano attacks Warren Buffett, and CZ calls Craig Wright a “disgrace.”
Coronavirus Hits Crypto, Buffett Beef, Craig Wright a ‘Disgrace’: Hodler’s Digest, Feb. 24–Mar. 1
Bitcoin is battling to resume its bullish trend, and Vitalik Buterin reveals the details of the Ethereum 2.0 roadmap to Cointelegraph.
Bitcoin’s Bullish Battle, Ethereum 2.0, BCH Faces ‘Slow Death’: Hodler’s Digest, Feb. 17–23
Bitcoin rejected at $10,500 twice in one week, and pro-crypto candidate Andrew Yang pulls out of the race to be the next U.S. President.
BTC Correction, Andrew Yang Out, William Shatner Attacks: Hodler’s Digest, Feb. 10–16