Crypto Exchange ShapeShift Calls Money Laundering Claims ‘Deceptive’
ShapeShift CEO Erik Voorhees condemned a Wall Street Journal investigation claiming the exchange laundered money as being "inaccurate."
"Basically, we're trying to get people away from custodial exchanges," said ShapeShift CEO Erik Voorhees.
ShapeShift’s new one-stop shop for non-custodial crypto management is launching out of private beta today.
When ShapeShift implemented KYC requirements, Erik Voorhees lost 95 percent of his users. But he remains as committed to crypto as ever.
Josh Rossi describes festive nights of playing poker with a who's who of the early bitcoin scene.
Crypto loans startup Salt and former board member Erik Voorhees are under investigation by the SEC, The Wall Street Journal says.
Erik Voorhees always seems slightly out of step. An early evangelist for the tech, Voorhees may be a rarity in that he has not only maintained but grown his relevance on the industry stage, all the while fighting for an unpopular block size increase and launching projects that seem years ahead of their time. Still, controversy seems not to catch this sly fox, as 2017 saw a victory lap for Voorhees, who emerged as one of the few early advocates who's been able to adapt to its changes.