George Kaloudis

George Kaloudis

George Kaloudis is a research analyst for CoinDesk. He focuses on producing insights about Bitcoin. Previously, George spent five years in investment banking with Truist Securities in asset-based lending, mergers and acquisitions and healthcare technology coverage. George studied mathematics at Davidson College. He holds GBTC in a retirement account above CoinDesk's disclosure threshold of $1,000 and has made investments in Bitcoin startups (Scarce.City, Voltage, Revault, Impervious, Swan Bitcoin).

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A European Central Bank Blog Decries the End of Bitcoin, and We Aren’t Buying It
Plus: What happens when you go from bitcoin-only to … not?
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Some Things to Be Thankful For, Even Though Everything in Crypto Is On Fire
This has been an overall bad year for crypto, but here are some positive things.
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Crypto Markets Are Suffering – but Is It Really ‘Contagion’?
Sure, this crypto credit contagion is bad, but it’s unlikely to spread to other markets.
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Crypto Lender BlockFi Updates Users on Platform, FTX Exposure
The company denied rumors that a majority of its assets are custodied at collapsed crypto exchange FTX.
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All Custodial Crypto Exchanges Should Adopt Proof-of-Reserve Programs, but Even That Isn’t Enough
After last week’s FTX debacle, customers who don’t wish to take custody into their own hands should demand far better from their service providers.
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Bitcoin (Magic Internet Money!) Again Proves Less Volatile Than Stocks
The Federal Reserve stirred up markets last week, but bitcoin was less reactive than plain old stocks.
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Can You Believe It? Bitcoin Looks Stable – Green, Even – as Big Tech Stocks Fall Apart
While a repeat of the super-rally seen in the second half of 2021 might not be likely, that era did come to mind last week as bitcoin showed strength.
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Crypto Means Absolutely Nothing Without Censorship Resistance
The battle for how to regulate cryptocurrency might handicap the entire value proposition if we simply apply the same old rules to a new way of moving money around.
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Bitcoin and Stocks Took a Gut Punch; the Builders Hardly Noticed
Instead of waxing poetic about why the price of bitcoin “doesn’t matter,” TABConf attendees got down to the business of trying to break bitcoin’s commerce layer.
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I.D.E.A.S.: Investing in the Future of Digitization and Computing
When you break down the promise of blockchain technology as a new form of computing, oracles and shared storage are two strong use cases. This piece is part of CoinDesk’s IDEAS Week.
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