Introducing CoinDesk Research: Exclusive Insight and Analysis

CoinDesk is pleased to announce the launch of a new in-depth analysis service, CoinDesk Research, and its first report focusing on regulation.

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Today sees the launch of our new in-depth analysis reports service, CoinDesk Research.

CoinDesk's platform and resources bring a unique opportunity to provide industry-leading research and insights on the most pressing issues concerning digital currencies and their emergence into mainstream society.

For the inaugural CoinDesk Research report, we have chosen regulation as the topic – one that has significant implications for the continued growth of the industry.

The Regulation Report explores a number of different perspectives – from governments, entrepreneurs and the digital currency community as a whole – and investigates the areas of regulation that directly involve digital currencies and, subsequently, are critical in how the industry evolves.

Highlights include:

  • Insight from some of the most prominent legal experts in the industry
  • Comment from banking giants like HSBC and Wells Fargo
  • Original data and analysis from CoinDesk’s Regulation Sentiment survey
  • Detailed information on tax, licensing, banking and more

For a limited time only, the CoinDesk Research Regulation Report is now available for a discounted introductory price of $99.

You can also pay in bitcoin.


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CoinDesk is an award-winning media outlet that covers the cryptocurrency industry. Its journalists abide by a strict set of editorial policies. In November 2023, CoinDesk was acquired by the Bullish group, owner of Bullish, a regulated, digital assets exchange. The Bullish group is majority-owned by; both companies have interests in a variety of blockchain and digital asset businesses and significant holdings of digital assets, including bitcoin. CoinDesk operates as an independent subsidiary with an editorial committee to protect journalistic independence. CoinDesk employees, including journalists, may receive options in the Bullish group as part of their compensation.

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