Andrew has been a professional writer and editor for more than 30 years. He received an M.A. in statistics from Columbia University in 2017 and has since been working as a freelance writer with a specialty in machine learning, artificial intelligence, blockchain technology and big data. He likes to swim, play tennis and hike in the Hudson Highlands.
Cointelegraph talks with Coinbase protocols lead and Base creator Jesse Pollak about the company’s new blockchain, which is already a force to be reckoned with.
‘Massive’ crypto use cases to surface by 2030 — Coinbase exec
Combining blockchain with digital monitoring, reporting and verification protocols may not only improve VCMs but even rescue them.
How blockchain tech and dMRV can help carbon trading markets
Switzerland, Singapore and the EU have taken the early regulatory lead, but Japan and the UAE are coming on now. Even the U.S. may be awakening.
From the U.S. to Japan, regulators are beginning to embrace crypto
Blockchains’ tracing capacities can help certify that crops weren’t grown by razing woodlands or harvested with child labor.
Blockchain technology lets East African farmers sell globally
The use of physical currency for transactions is plummeting globally, so why is the U.K. so tentative with its own central bank digital currency?
United Kingdom’s digital pound meets public backlash — Why?
Have the world’s largest financial firms finally “seen the light” with Bitcoin? Will demand outstrip supply, making a BTC price rise inevitable?
Will BlackRock’s ETF slingshot Bitcoin’s price skyward?
Swift, the interbank payments network, has enlisted a dozen world-class institutions — and Chainlink — to fix blockchain’s interoperability deficit.
Unfazed by SEC tumult, top banks work to make blockchains interoperable