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Hodler’s Digest, August 5-12: You Can’t Actually Buy A Frappucino With Bitcoin, But You Can Ship More Things On Blockchain
AUG 12, 2018 |
The US DEA actually encourages people to keep using cryptocurrencies, and the WSJ releases a report exposing a variety of “pump and dump” schemes.
Hodler’s Digest, July 29-August 5: Both Kim Kardashian and the Operator of the New York Stock Exchange Get Into Bitcoin
AUG 05, 2018 |
The crypto markets have taken a tumble this week, despite positive adoption news coming from the New York Stock Exchange operator.
Hodler’s Digest, July 23-29: Winklevoss ETF Gets Second SEC Rejection, While Fortune Recognizes Crypto Trailblazers
JUL 29, 2018 |
Iran explores circumventing U.S. sanctions with cryptocurrency, and a former JPMorgan exec thinks blockchain can save the world.
Hodler’s Digest, July 16-22: Coinbase Backpedals on Regulatory Approval and Switzerland Becomes Even More Crypto Friendly
JUL 22, 2018 |
Coinbase announces, then denies, it has received regulatory approval to list tokens considered as securities, and Stellar becomes Sharia certified.
Hodler’s Digest, July 9-15: While Mining ETH is a ‘Side Hustle’ for Google Co-Founder, Mining BTC for Russians May Fund Election ‘Interference’
JUL 15, 2018 |
Russian officials have been accused of mining Bitcoin to fund election “interference,” while a UK study sees crypto soon becoming “mainstream.”
Hodler’s Digest, July 1-8: Finland Calls Bitcoin a ‘Fallacy,’ While EU Warns Against BTC Pessimists Like Robert Shiller
JUL 08, 2018 |
The Bank of Finland tries to paint cryptocurrencies as a “fallacy,” and Coinbase reaches out to institutional investors in this week’s crypto overview
Hodler’s Digest, June 24-July 1: Facebook Brings Back Crypto Ads, the ‘Woz’ Calls Bitcoin ‘Just Amazing’
JUL 01, 2018 |
Facebook ends its crypto ad ban FUD, the Woz calls blockchain a “bubble,” and more in this week’s Hodler’s Digest.
Hodler’s Digest, June 18-24: Square Receives the Illusive BitLicense, Bithumb Hacked in this Week of Crypto Ups and Downs
JUN 24, 2018 |
Crypto markets are inching their way back up this week, despite the $30 mln Bithumb hack and the Bank of International Settlements dismissing Bitcoin’s value
Hodler’s Digest, June 11-17: A Regulatory Win for Ethereum and a Falling Market
JUN 17, 2018 |
Why does Ripple’s Brad Garlinghouse think that China could control most of Bitcoin? Find out more in our Hodler’s Digest.
Hodler’s Digest, June 4-10: Bitcoin Adoption Galore Despite Its 300th ‘Funeral’
JUN 10, 2018 |
The week saw several wins for Bitcoin (it is “not” a security, it is “digital gold,” to name a few) and adoption gains for crypto from Argentina to Indonesia.
Hodler’s Digest, May 28-June 3: South Korea Get Back Into Crypto, China Embraces Blockchain
JUN 03, 2018 |
This week closes with both sensational headlines — a crypto-backed fiat currency launched by John McAfee — and wins for adoption — South Korea re-thinking their...
Hodler’s Digest, May 21-27: Market Slumps, Crypto Investigations Abound, but Adoption Stays Strong
MAY 27, 2018 |
Verge has been hacked, again, the US is investigating spoofing and wash trading in the crypto markets, and more in this week’s Hodler’s Digest.
Hodler’s Digest, May 14-20: Crypto Ban FUD And Blockchain Adoption Galore
MAY 20, 2018 |
Even with crypto market prices falling this week, scores of companies and government globally have signed on to using blockchain.
Hodler’s Digest, May 7-13: From Facebook To NYSE, Mainstream Thinks Of Adoption
MAY 13, 2018 |
In a series of strong wins for blockchain adoption this week, Facebook is considering the technology for its messaging app, West Virginia ran the US’s first blo...
Ethereum as a Security, ICO Market Reopening in South Korea and Rat Poison: Hodler’s Digest, Apr 30-May 6
MAY 06, 2018 |
This week saw rather childish name calling against cryptocurrencies by some of the world’s richest people, but also adoption by some of the world’s largest bank...