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Kraken’s move to become a bank in Wyoming is more about getting traditional finance to adapt to the crypto industry than the other way around.
Noelle Acheson dives into the role of correlation in bitcoin’s narrative and what investor activism coming to crypto could mean for the industry.
Many investors conflate volatility with risk, a fundamental error that says more about our collective psychology than it does about portfolio management.
Chairman Powell’s speech on Thursday highlighted how much the Fed’s role is changing, and that's an opportunity for the crypto industry.
Noelle Acheson ponders what regulators have been up to, bitcoin on the Ethereum blockchain, mining diversity and more.
Bitcoin returns are beating crypto hedge funds, but other recent developments point to more favorable tailwinds for those funds in the long term.
Ethereum Classic's recent 51% attacks highlight the value of large open-source networks such as Bitcoin and Eth – it’s about more than hashrate.
This week, bitcoin rallied past $11,000 and value in DeFi climbed toward $4 billion. But what's the point of crypto if regular markets are just as volatile?
Parts of fintech may be embracing crypto, but Noelle Acheson argues that doesn’t mean crypto is fintech – it’s more than that.
Yes, the Twitter hack was basically a giant bitcoin scam. But the fallout is showing the world the strengths of cryptocurrency and decentralization.
Noelle Acheson explains how the dogecoin rise exemplifies the creative destruction underway in markets, and what a potential Coinbase listing could mean for the development of crypto.
Bitcoin’s investment narrative is evolving as the role of volatility is changing in both crypto and traditional markets.
Is bitcoin having a good year or not? As an industry, we need to work on honing our understanding of the many narratives, and how they can influence value.
One overlooked aspect of crypto markets is that transparency and choice holds participants accountable in ways traditional markets have not experienced.