Coin Center News
Coin Center is a nonprofit advocacy and research organization specializing on things related to cryptocurrency issues of public policy and the support and promoting of decentralized blockchain based technologies, such as Ethereum and Bitcoin. Coin Center, according to their official website, is the company aimed at building a better understanding of such technologies and to provide regulatory framework that will protect the freedom of innovation of blockchain technologies without regulations. Coin Center’s Bitcoin-related activity started in 2014 and currently the main office is headquartered in Washington D.C. The company produces and publishes research from experts and media about blockchain technology and is a prominent advocate.
Nonprofit crypto advocacy group Coin Center has appealed to the community to develop tech-based responses to the pandemic that protect civil liberties and priva...
Coin Center Calls on Crypto Developers to Protect Freedoms in COVID-19 Era
Chief technology оfficer at U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase, Balaji Srinivasan, announced his departure.
Coinbase CTO Balaji Srinivasan Departs From the Firm
US citizens could soon pay with Bitcoin up to $600 and not face tax reporting
Bitcoin Congressman Polis Legislation Abolishes Tax For US Crypto Payments Below $600
Bitcoin is becoming the latest trend in gifts for newlyweds in the US as the booming asset is the perfect present to begin a new life adventure on.
Pure Bitcoin Beats Fine China On US Wedding Registries
The growing population of Bitcoin enthusiasts has alerted the government and led to Virtual Currency: Financial Innovation and National Security Implications he...
Coin Center Demonstrates How Bitcoin Works Before the Congress
The SEC has ICOs “high on its radar” according to an anonymous source who spoke to Reuters this week.
ICOs “High On Radar” Of US SEC - Regulator Source
Coin Center’s exec Jerry Brito: Bitcoin may still need about five years to be as powerful as we want but now seems right time to get in.
Jerry Brito of Coin Center: Give Bitcoin 5 Years to Do What Google, Facebook Did