Jesse Powell and Erik Voorhees delivered red-meat rhetoric but also made subtler points about New York's cryptocurrency regulations at Consensus 2018.
A pioneer of public-key cryptography said the blockchain boom represents a "resurgence" of the work he helped start in the 1970s.
New York's Economic Development Corporation is launching several initiatives to put the Big Apple on the map as a blockchain technology hub.
A year ago, enterprise blockchain and cryptocurrency were essentially separate industries. Now come signs that these camps might be slowly converging.
The world's economic leaders are seeking a globally coordinated policy on cryptocurrencies. This could take a while. But that may be just as well.
While cryptocurrencies aren't companies, the Elizabeth Holmes case serves as a reminder you should ignore the charisma of founders.
Before crowing, crypto fans should remember companies err on the side of caution when deciding what's material enough to include under "risk factors."
Muscovites can now vote on things like whether to change the building entrance door or hire a new management company using an ethereum-based platform.
Coinbase and Bitmain, each valued over $1 billion, are showing grander ambitions than many people in the cryptocurrency space might have expected.
Hedera, a new public ledger developed by enterprise DLT software firm Swirlds, uses a patented codebase to prevent forking or cloning of the currency.