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On today’s episode, we’re talking markets reaction to UpBit exchange hack, crypto liquidity, and VeChain’s November rally.
According to regression models and historical precedent, the upcoming bitcoin halving will boost the market price. So why isn’t that already priced in?
In spite of CFTC Chairman Tarbert’s comments, Noelle Acheson argues that it’s unlikely that we see regulated ether futures any time soon, if ever.
The recent SEC action against Telegram points to a subtle shift in focus when it comes to evaluating tokens – and to a way forward, writes Noelle Acheson.
Noelle Acheson shows how using notional volumes to compare derivatives markets to spot is misleading – but, for now, it’s all we’ve got.
Noelle Acheson argues that bitcoin’s volatility is intrinsic and is unlikely to diminish with increased liquidity – and that’s not a bad thing.
New tech usually struggles with vocabulary, says Noelle Acheson. With bitcoin, the confusion rubs off integral concepts in securities legislation.
Bitcoin's share of the total crypto market is rising rapidly, but is that necessarily good news for the sector?
Noelle Acheson points out that the LedgerX confusion highlights potential CFTC priorities regarding the regulation of crypto derivatives that could lead to the opposite of what the regulator intends.