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CDCROP: Leather wallet with metal vaulted door (Getty Images)
Crypto Self-Custodying Offers Protection Amid FTX Exchange Fallout
Huge losses of funds at FTX have shaken the trust of crypto investors, but private keys and crypto wallets can protect investors from fraud and mismanagement.
CDCROP: Leather wallet with metal vaulted door (Getty Images)

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Mansplaining Your Way Through the Crypto Crash at Thanksgiving
No, you don’t have to accept any personal responsibility for suggesting Anchor was just like a savings account.
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CDCROP: FTX bought the naming rights to the Miami Heat arena in March. (Danny Nelson/CoinDesk archives)
What Is a Crypto Exchange Token and How Did It Help Blow up FTX?
Exchange tokens do not represent a claim on a centralized crypto businesses, but they can have utility.
CDCROP: FTX bought the naming rights to the Miami Heat arena in March. (Danny Nelson/CoinDesk archives)

CDCROP: What Now grafitti (Tim Mossholder/Unsplash)
Anxious Ethereum Stakers Question When They’ll Be Able to Access Funds
Developers are determined to include staked ETH withdrawals in Shanghai, the next Ethereum update, but the timeline is still vague.
CDCROP: What Now grafitti (Tim Mossholder/Unsplash)

CDCROP: Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried in the Bahamas (Danny Nelson/CoinDesk)
'Personal Fiefdom': Some Takeaways From FTX's First Bankruptcy Hearing
FTX’s lawyers painted an alarming picture in the bankrupt crypto exchange’s first-day hearing.
CDCROP: Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried in the Bahamas (Danny Nelson/CoinDesk)

CDCROP: Elon Musk Twitter (Chesnot/Getty Images)
Decentralized Social Media – Has the Moment Come?
With Elon Musk's Twitter seeing a backlash, users are flocking to Web3 alternatives like Lens, Minds and Mastodon. Will the trend last?
CDCROP: Elon Musk Twitter (Chesnot/Getty Images)

CDCROP: 1836. King Lear and his fool during the storm (Heritage Art/Heritage Images via Getty Images)
Crypto’s Very Human Fatal Flaw: Hero Worship
Misplaced admiration of Sam Bankman-Fried, prior to the FTX collapse, was a natural tendency. To move forward, we must recognize this vulnerability and safeguard with appropriate regulation.
CDCROP: 1836. King Lear and his fool during the storm (Heritage Art/Heritage Images via Getty Images)

CDCROP: AI Artwork Sam Bankman-Fried SBF in Prison concept (Midjourney/CoinDesk)
They Burned Down Crypto. Now They Want a Comeback
Sam Bankman-Fried thinks he can turn things around while his peers Su Zhu and Kyle Davies paint themselves as victims.
CDCROP: AI Artwork Sam Bankman-Fried SBF in Prison concept (Midjourney/CoinDesk)

CDCROP: High tide brings down the sandcastle (Getty Images)
Post-FTX Meltdown, Regulation-Abiding Companies Can Restore Trust
Adhering to stringent guidelines is less flashy, but will ensure safety and reduce risk.
CDCROP: High tide brings down the sandcastle (Getty Images)

CDCROP: Kenneth Lay Mugshot (Bureau of Prisons/Getty Images)
The FTX Collapse Looks an Awful Lot Like Enron
Alameda and FTX were built on false asset values driven by deceptive self-dealing. So was America's most notorious corporate fraud.
CDCROP: Kenneth Lay Mugshot (Bureau of Prisons/Getty Images)