The SEC’s Hester Peirce Isn’t a Bitcoin Champion, Just a Regulatory Realist
Regulators like the SEC shouldn't be acting as gatekeepers to new technologies like bitcoin, according to Commissioner Hester Peirce.
There are no easy technological solutions to racial tensions, police brutality or economic insecurity. Still, bitcoin could help black Americans, says author Isaiah Jackson.
The former lead maintainer of Monero and co-founder of Tari speaks about the state of global privacy
An early supporter of the now defunct blockchain-based Civil is taking another swing at a writer-owned media collective. She hasn't lost faith in blockchain.
Leigh Cuen is joined by author Isaiah Jackson to talk about financial discrimination and the value bitcoin can offer minority communities.
As bitcoin inches towards $10,000, @nlw is joined by Kraken’s Dan Held to discuss how the narrative, infrastructure and audience have changed since this price last year.