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What does it mean for a country like El Salvador to adopt bitcoin as "legal tender"? It depends on whom you ask, says our columnist.
Tesla's plan to sell cars for bitcoin may have hastened a government anti-money laundering crackdown, says our columnist.
As MakerDAO rolls out real estate loans, banking regulators are unlikely to ignore DeFi banks, our columnist says.
Our columnist compares how the company behind the leading stablecoin (USDT) attests to its reserves and how its competitors do it.
Should you purchase a car with bitcoin and then need a refund, the manufacturer has some special terms and conditions.
Efforts to create decentralized stablecoins outside the dollar system are attractive for privacy reasons but may be impractical, says our columnist.
DeFi has cut into Tether's dominance of the stablecoin market. Will greater regulation help win back customers?
If the U.S. reins in pseudonymity in stablecoin transactions (as seems possible) there could be big implications for the crypto industry, says our columnist.
Representatives say the $25B stablecoin is "regulated" but the issuer doesn't look like a financial institution bound by norms and laws.