John Biggs

John Biggs is an entrepreneur, consultant, writer, and maker. He spent fifteen years as an editor for Gizmodo, CrunchGear, and TechCrunch and has a deep background in hardware startups, 3D printing, and blockchain. His work has appeared in Men’s Health, Wired, and the New York Times. He runs the Technotopia podcast about a better future. He has written five books including the best book on blogging, Bloggers Boot Camp, and a book about the most expensive timepiece ever made, Marie Antoinette’s Watch. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

WATCH: CoinDesk LIVE from Invest: Asia

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Join us for day two of our coverage in Singapore at CoinDesk's Invest: Asia conference.

WATCH: CoinDesk LIVE from Invest: Asia in Singapore

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Join us live Sept. 11-12 in Singapore at CoinDesk's Invest: Asia conference.

Massive $1 Billion Bitcoin Whale Transaction Makes Waves

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Crypto exchange Huobi is investigating a massive move of 94,505 BTC from its wallets.

Top Spanish Soccer Club Will Offer Crypto Fan Tokens

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Atlético de Madrid is the latest to join the Chiliz blockchain.

Cryptomining Malware Targets Back-to-School Students With Fake Textbooks

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Security experts have found thousands of pieces of malware on ebook download sites.

Join the CoinDesk Team in Tel Aviv

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CoinDesk is heading to Tel Aviv on September 12 and we'd love to see you.

Author Jimmy Song Talks About ‘The Little Bitcoin Book’

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This week on CoinDesk Live, our own Brady Dale talks with Jimmy Song about his new book.

New Crypto-Stealing Ransomware Targets Fortnite Players

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A new ransomware masquerades as a Fortnite cheat and asks victims to pay up in crypto.

Swiss Regulator Licenses Two New Blockchain Companies as It Shores up Legal Requirements

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Two Swiss startups received broker dealer licenses as FINMA hardens its AML requirements.

Binance Offers VIP Accounts to Hacked Users

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Binance will offer VIP accounts to affected users but recommends hacked users replace their government IDs.