Jeanhee Kim

Jeanhee Kim

Jeanhee Kim was CoinDesk's senior editor for lists, rankings and special projects. She is a veteran journalist and special projects editor who launched the Forbes Asia inaugural 100 to Watch in 2021, Forkast.News' Blockchain in Asia series, and edited the Crain's New York Business 40 Under 40, Fast 50 and Most Powerful Women. She has previously worked for Forbes Asia, Forkast.News, Crain's New York Business, FamilyMoney.com, Oxygen Media's ka-Ching.com, and Money magazine as an editor, producer or reporter. Her family owns BTC, ETH, SOL and CARD above the $1,000 threshold.

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Tokenization News Roundup: Pendulum Swings Toward Doubters
In recent weeks, the buzz around the emerging tool of tokenizing real-world assets has been on how it will grow to achieve the $16 trillion-by-2030 potential that the Boston C...
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Crypto Market Leaders and Laggards: The Biggest Movers of the Week
Stellar, XRP and Shiba Inu were notable winners from the last week, while Curve Finance and Augur struggled. The market is down overall, according to CoinDesk Market Index, bu...
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Tokenization News Roundup: Avalanche Invests $50M in RWA
Competition among blockchains and regions like Asia to grab some of the RWA market, new lending pool that supports Colombian farmers, the first-ever tokenization under Spain’s...
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Bitcoin Mining Machine Efficiency Doubled in Five Years
A recent report by Coin Metrics has news for fans of energy efficiency: ASIC miners overall are reducing their energy consumption per coin produced. But which are the most ef...
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Tokenization News Roundup: Real-World Assets Come to Blockchains
A weekly digest of articles, reports and analyses about tokenized RWAs, the fast-growing financial instruments that merge traditional finance to the blockchain.
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Why Edinburgh Is Zumo's Crypto Hub
A conversation with Nick Jones, the co-founder and CEO of digital-assets infrastructure platform Zumo, on how being accepted to a blockchain accelerator and COVID-19 workplace...
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First Mover Asia: Bitcoin Maintains $30K as ‘the Economy Isn’t Breaking Just Yet’
ALSO: Singapore ranked second in CoinDesk's Crypto Hubs survey. The city state raised billions through IPOs, weathered the collapse of homegrown darlings Terraform Labs and Th...
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Crypto Hubs 2023: Where to Live Freely and Work Smart
With shifting regulatory regimes worldwide, crypto is on the move to find the best locales to put down roots, get licensed, register or just be. Crypto Hubs 2023, our ranking...
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Gemini co-founders Tyler & Cameron Winklevoss, seen in colorful tuxedos,  announced in June that they will expand their Singapore headcount to more than 100 employees, about 20% of the total worldwide staff.
Singapore: The Center of Asian Crypto Wealth Is Ready for a Reset
A fintech hub turned early crypto adopter, Singapore raised billions through ICOs. Cue parties on yachts and at luxury villas. But after the collapse of homegrown crypto darli...
Gemini co-founders Tyler & Cameron Winklevoss, seen in colorful tuxedos,  announced in June that they will expand their Singapore headcount to more than 100 employees, about 20% of the total worldwide staff.
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How We Ranked CoinDesk’s Crypto Hubs 2023: Our Methodology
As veterans of past city lists we aimed to produce a meaningful ranking of the best places in the world to live and work in crypto, blockchain and Web3. Here’s how we did it....
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