Will Heasman

Will is a freelance journalist based in London, and the former managing editor of a cryptocurrency news outlet. He has been involved in the cryptocurrency industry for over three years and fully believes in its capacity to change the world. When free from his desk, Will is either biking, walking his dogs or playing music.

Author’s posts

Analysis
Canada is the latest country to adopt FATF’s crypto guidance, but how will Canadian crypto firms fair under the new regime?
Canada’s New AML Rules Have Room for Improvement but a Good Start, Eh?
Will Heasman
2020-03-29T19:33:00+01:00
Follow up
Following two significant attacks on lending protocol bZx, what are the potential ramifications for the DeFi sector?
Are the BZx Flash Loan Attacks Signaling the End of DeFi?
Will Heasman
2020-02-22T20:00:00+00:00
Analysis
How is the FATF’s AML guidance being implemented around the world, and what is its impact on the crypto industry?
Governments Begin to Roll Out FATF’s Travel Rule Around the Globe
Will Heasman
2020-02-14T23:13:00+00:00
Analysis
As the FCA looks to shake things up under their new AML regime, how will the U.K. and the global cryptocurrency industry react?
FCA’s New AML Regime – UK’s Crypto Market Will Have to Adapt in 2020
Will Heasman
2020-01-21T13:20:00+00:00
New Year Special
What did 2019 bring by way of privacy coins in criminality, how have things changed, and what is the 2020 outlook?
Privacy Coins in 2019: True Financial Freedom or a Criminal's Delight?
Will Heasman
2020-01-02T03:30:00+00:00
Analysis
An estimated 0.2% of all XRP transactions are used for illicit activity. How true is this figure and how does it impact the industry?
Criminal Activity in Crypto: The Fact, the Fiction and the Context
Will Heasman
2019-11-30T15:42:00+00:00
Analysis
With Facebook and Google establishing themselves more firmly into the financial industry, what is the future like for crypto?
Google, Facebook Take on Banking Duties, Crypto Shrugged to the Side?
Will Heasman
2019-11-21T14:45:00+00:00
Analysis
Bitcoin mining has become a multibillion-dollar industry — but with 85% of Bitcoin extracted, is it still profitable?
BTC Miners: No More Basement Rigs, Greater Profits to Come
Will Heasman
2019-11-07T14:21:00+00:00

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