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Institutions Are Still 'Wait-And-See' With Ethereum
Big investors still seem to like bitcoin more, but their interest in ether is growing.
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It Was Cruel Summer for the Bitcoin Market
Will an uncharacteristically weak summer lead to even more pain for bitcoin’s price in September, a month when it typically drops?
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CDCROP: Bitcoin Benjamin Franklin blowing bubblegum (Getty Images)
Inflation Hedge or Not, Bitcoin's True Value Is Separation of Money and State
Inflationary forces are still out there and investors are thinking about how best to protect themselves. Is bitcoin a way to do that?
CDCROP: Bitcoin Benjamin Franklin blowing bubblegum (Getty Images)
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Can Ethereum Fight Back Against the US’ Sweeping Censorship Attempt?
In a world where Ethereum users don’t want to be censored, there may be a way to push back.
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DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY, COMMUNICATION
The Investor’s Definitive Guide to Proof-of-Work and Proof-of-Stake (Abridged)
It’s not really about which is better; it’s about trade-offs.
DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY, COMMUNICATION
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Move Over, Ethereum – Bitcoin’s Lightning Network Has Apps, Too
Bitcoin’s dominant scaling system continues to grow despite a formidable bear market.
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CDCROP: Fouke Fur Company, Stock Certificate One Hundred Shares. (Wikimedia, Modified by CoinDesk)
Philosophically, It Doesn’t Matter Whether Cryptos Are Securities; Practically, It Does
When a main U.S. regulatory body defers to Crypto Twitter for leads on securities law violations, you know these categories are subjective.
CDCROP: Fouke Fur Company, Stock Certificate One Hundred Shares. (Wikimedia, Modified by CoinDesk)
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Accounting Rules Make the Outcome of Tesla’s Bitcoin Sale Unclear
After the car maker sold 75% of its bitcoin, Twitter piled on the company for losing money on the sale even though it didn’t.
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