The Real Benefits of Blockchain Are Here. They’re Being Ignored

by Roham Gharegozlou

This ICO Startup Didn’t Die During Crypto Winter. It Has DAI to Thank

| Leigh Cuen

The London-based Monolith just added DAI to its crypto debit card product. But the startup itself has long used DAI to manage its treasury.

These Bitcoin Users Want DAI and DeFi – Here’s How They Plan to Get It

| Leigh Cuen

The Cross-Chain Working Group project will (almost) enable bitcoin transactions on ethereum, opening up a new world of interacting smart contracts.

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Coinbase Reveals Password Glitch Affecting 3,500 Customers

| Nikhilesh De

The rare bug impacted roughly .01 percent of the exchange's 30 million customers, Coinbase revealed Friday.

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FinCEN Director Reminds Casinos of Crypto Compliance Requirements

| Daniel Kuhn

FinCEN director Kenneth Blanco said that suspicious activity reports detailing crypto fraud is a matter of national security.

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All-Crypto Retirement Accounts Will Be Fined: Australian Tax Office

| Daniel Kuhn

Investors who hold 90 percent of their retirement savings in cryptocurrencies may face penalties of up to 4,200 AUD.

Someone Just Hacked Binance Jersey’s Twitter Account

| William Foxley

An anonymous Twitter user has successfully hacked Binance Jersey's twitter account.

South Korea’s ‘Bit-Island,’ Jeju, Redoubles Crypto Efforts After Losing Regulatory Bid

| Richard Meyer

Jeju, a small island south of Seoul, is redoubling its efforts to become South Korea's regulation-free Bit-Island after losing out to Busan.

Man Offering Hacking Services for Bitcoin Gets 20-Month Jail Sentence

| Daniel Palmer

A British man has been handed jail time and ordered to forfeit over £400,000 ($487,000) for offering hacking services and stolen data for crypto.

This Crypto Asset Doesn’t Exist Yet, But Soon You’ll Be Able to Stake It

| Brady Dale

Perlin's PERL cryptocurrency looks to make shipping easier, but could also democratize the proof-of-stake model.

Moscow Blockchain Voting System ‘Completely Insecure,’ Says Researcher

| Daniel Palmer

A blockchain system that will soon be used to allow Moscow residents to vote in elections is currently easy to hack, according to a researcher.