Brady Dale

Brady Dale is a reporter who has previously written for Fortune, Technical.ly Brooklyn, Next City and Motherboard, among others. He grew up in Kansas and lives in Brooklyn.

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Data Market Ocean Tries New Token Sale After CoinList Offering Misses Target

| Brady Dale

After a token sale on CoinList failed to reach its target, data marketplace Ocean is trying again on crypto exchange Bittrex International.

As ICO Business Dried up, This Firm’s Headcount Fell From 120 to 50

| Brady Dale

Significant layoffs at Ambisafe tell the tale of another ICO services startup that got too big in 2018.

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ConsenSys Pitch Deck Forecasts $100 Million Burn Rate for 2019

| Brady Dale

A ConsenSys pitch deck obtained by CoinDesk details how the ethereum venture studio is courting outside investment.

Polychain’s Assets Drop $376 Million Since August, SEC Filings Show

| Brady Dale

Polychain, one of the most elite funds serving startups in the crypto industry, is no longer a billion-dollar operation.

Christine Lagarde Pits Circle Against JPMorgan in IMF Debate

| Brady Dale

Decentralized systems are coming for the banks, argued Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire, in a panel Wednesday at the International Monetary Fund.

A Freelance Job Market Is Moving Its 700,000 Users to EOS

| Brady Dale

Moonlighting is getting funding from Block.one's venture arm to port its users' profiles over to the EOS blockchain.

Bain Capital and Ripple’s Xpring Invest in DeFi Founder’s ‘Scout Fund’

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With a million dollars from Bain Capital and Ripple's VC arm, Robert Leshner is making small bets on early-stage crypto entrepreneurs.

Crypto Lender Dharma Officially Launches on Ethereum Blockchain

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Dharma, the lending startup with backing from Coinbase and Polychain, wants to make peer-to-peer crypto loans accessible to all.

Coinbase, Paradigm Invest $15 Million in Startup Behind Disappearing Blockchain

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Made by the startup O(1) Labs, the lightweight Coda protocol is adding more big-name investors to its cap table.

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SEC’s First Crypto ‘No-Action’ Letter Took 11 Months to Secure

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The lawyer for TurnKey Jet explains the lengthy process of getting the first-ever assurance from the SEC that its token sale is good to go.