Even if ethereum succeeds as a smart contracts platform, its cryptocurrency might still fail as a long-term store of value, writes Michael J. Casey.
A proposal to place a sliver of Argentina's central bank reserves in bitcoin is worth taking seriously, given the country's current dire straits.
Is it time to rethink private blockchains? The World Bank's "blockchain bond" success has reinvigorated that question.
The race is on to build the best "stablecoin" – a cryptocurrency with mechanisms aimed to reduce price volatility built in.
The crypto community should use this moment to forget about price fluctuations and engage the world in a discussion about blockchain tech's potential.
The Token Alliance, a Chamber of Digital Commerce initiative, has laid out guidelines for how token sponsors and regulators can meet in the middle.
Washington understands cryptocurrency better than this week's circus on Capitol Hill suggests, writes Michael J. Casey.
There has to be broad-based value to society if blockchain technology and the market it supports are to survive and prosper, argues Michael J. Casey.
Regulators are doing their homework and recognizing there's at least potentially something different going on here from what they're used to seeing.
The EOS governance disaster offers a strong reminder of how entrenched human mistrust can be difficult to overcome.