Follow-Up

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Follow up
While we are unlikely to see immediate policy effects of the exchange, legislators got educated on a wide array of blockchain-related concepts and issues.
Lawmakers explore Bitcoin mining efficiency, broader crypto policy issues during Congress hearing
Kirill Bryanov
2022-01-21T16:06:03+00:00
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Welcome to the statistically dubious world of cryptocurrency surveys. Here, we'll find out how many Aussies really own crypto, and why there are so many differe...
True or false: 91% of surveys about Bitcoin and crypto are totally wrong
Keira Wright
2021-12-01T02:57:24+00:00
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Previous documents from the Indian government indicate that it believes any cryptocurrencies not issued by the government are considered private and, therefore,...
Experts divided on how far India’s ‘private crypto’ ban will go
Keira Wright
2021-11-25T05:22:51+00:00
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The firm initially sought a $400-million bond offering.
MicroStrategy gets $1.6 billion in orders in junk bond offering
Greg Thomson
2021-06-09T13:18:53+01:00
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Event Recap
Forbes’ “2021 Blockchain 50 Symposium: Crypto Goes Corporate” event sheds light on Bitcoin’s role as an investment tool, along with the future of stablecoins.
Visa, JPMorgan and ING discuss Bitcoin, Ether and stablecoin development
Rachel Wolfson
2021-04-16T14:58:05+01:00
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Forbes’ “2021 Blockchain 50 Symposium: Crypto Goes Corporate” event sheds light on the future of Bitcoin for large corporations.
CEO says PayPal’s crypto commerce may reach $200M volume in just months
Rachel Wolfson
2021-04-14T13:34:00+01:00
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NFTs are coming under scrutiny as more attention is drawn to the carbon footprint of PoW blockchains.
True or false? A single NFT can power a European household for 1.5 months
Joshua Mapperson
2021-03-11T02:08:45+00:00
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Leading women in blockchain and crypto speak out on important issues on International Women’s Day.
Mentorship, inclusivity and education will encourage more women to enter crypto
Rachel Wolfson
2021-03-09T13:57:00+00:00
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