Daniel Cawrey is Chief Executive Officer of Pactum Capital, a quantitative cryptocurrency investment firm and hedge fund. Pactum has built a distinct track record of success no matter whether crypto is in a bull or bear market. Formerly a CoinDesk Contributing Editor, he is author of the upcoming “Mastering Blockchain” book to be published by O’Reilly Media.
As Crypto Markets Go Cold, Who Will Pay for Open-Source Code?
Formerly a CoinDesk Contributing Editor, Daniel Cawrey is author of the upcoming “Mastering Blockchain” book to be published by O’Reilly Media.…
Binance, Bitfinex and Tether: What’s the Worst That Can Happen?
Recent events involving Binance, Bitfinex and Tether suggest there's potential for "catastrophic, systemic risk in crypto," Dan Cawrey argues.
Want to Understand Bitfinex? Understand Mt. Gox
People interested in understanding Bitfinex are well-served to understand what happened with Mt. Gox.
Fake Volume on Crypto Exchanges Isn’t the Half of It
There's more to add to Bitwise's recent report about fake trading volume across the crypto exchange industry, says Daniel Cawrey.
Most Crypto Hedge Funds Aren’t Really Hedge Funds
CryptoLux Capital's co-founder Sina Nader and Pactum Capital's CEO Daniel Cawrey explained why most crypto hedge funds aren't really hedge funds.
Bitcoin’s Tick Problem (Getting Screwed on Crypto Exchanges)
A penny not mean much to you, but for crypto exchange traders it's a big deal.
Why Ethereum Needs ‘Dumb’ Contracts
Ethereum entrepreneur Daniel Cawrey discusses the recent demise of The DAO and how that impacts the future of smart contracts.
Ethereum: A Valuable FinTech Sandbox
Daniel Cawrey looks at how Ethereum's potential in blockchain experimentation will help bring about a new digital asset-based economic paradigm.
Bitcoin Faces Extinction Without Core Development Competition
CoinDesk contributor Dan Cawrey argues that the bitcoin ecosystem should embrace and encourage competition in its development community.
Be Vigilant on Compliance, Coinbase Warns Bitcoin Startups
Coinbase's associate counsel Sarah Hody told a crowd of bitcoin developers, "it’s always compliance time".