Leigh Cuen is a tech reporter covering blockchain technology for publications such as Newsweek Japan, International Business Times and Racked. Her work has also been published by Teen Vogue, Al Jazeera English, The Jerusalem Post, Mic, and Salon. Leigh does not hold value in any digital currency projects or startups. Her small cryptocurrency holdings are worth less than a pair of leather boots.
In Palestine, Civilians Are Using Bitcoin More Than Hamas
Terrorists are using bitcoin, but they aren't the only ones. Here's the real story about bitcoin usage in Palestine.
Square Crypto Hires Matt Corallo to Boost Bitcoin Development
Square Crypto just hired one of the world’s most prolific bitcoin developers.
Facebook Isn’t Behind the First Incubator for Libra Crypto Developers
With $125,000 committed to a virtual bootcamp in November, Libracamp is incubating development on Facebook's Libra testnet.
This ICO Startup Didn’t Die During Crypto Winter. It Has DAI to Thank
The London-based Monolith just added DAI to its crypto debit card product. But the startup itself has long used DAI to manage its treasury.
These Bitcoin Users Want DAI and DeFi – Here’s How They Plan to Get It
The Cross-Chain Working Group project will (almost) enable bitcoin transactions on ethereum, opening up a new world of interacting smart contracts.
Ripple to Give Away 1 Billion XRP in Massive Bid to Fund Online Content
Ripple is making a major investment in Coil, a media platform that pays content creators XRP.
This Crypto Is Worth Less Than 1 Cent. VCs Are Betting Millions on Its Future
This healthcare startup is still growing, and attracting investment, long after raising $7.2 million in a 2017 token sale.
Crypto Entrepreneur Jeremy Gardner Pitches Reality Show to TV Networks
Blockchain investor Jeremy Gardner is shopping around a reality show about his life to television networks.
Coinbase Must Face Negligence Suit Over Bitcoin Cash Listing, Judge Rules
Coinbase will have to face a negligence lawsuit from customers who bought bitcoin cash during the 2017 bull run, a judge ruled.
GitHub and Slack Bans Are Hurting Iranian Bitcoin Businesses
Iranian bitcoiners are showing the world what censorship resistance really looks like.