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Blockchain Bites: What You Need to Know About the Last Day of Consensus: Distributed
From bitcoin mining workshops to VR meetings about VR meetings, everything you need to know for the last day of Consensus: Distributed.
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First Mover: Bitcoin’s Hot Again and Crypto Miners Are Hoarding – Or Are They?
Bitcoin is rallying again, and some analysts are taking a closer look at data extracted from the underlying blockchain for signals on whether cryptocurrency miners are buying or selling. Or if they're HODLing.
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Blockchain Bites: Will Enterprise Blockchain Find a 'Killer App' or Be Killed?
IBM, We.Trade and Microsoft executives spoke about the trials and tribulations of capitalizing on enterprise-grade blockchain at Consensus: Distributed.
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Blockchain Bites: Capitalizing on Enterprise Blockchain and Reading Coin Metrics
Today at Consensus: Distributed you'll hear from IBM, EY and ING Bank executives on enterprise blockchain profitability and Nic Carter on coin metrics.
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First Mover: As Fed Swats Down Negative Rates, Bitcoiners Wonder, 'What If'
Even as Fed Chair Jerome Powell says negative interest rates are not on the cards, the remaining possibility might be rekindling traders' spirits – or at least refocusing attention on bitcoin as a hedge against inflation.
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Blockchain Bites: The Government Won't 'Kill DeFi' but FATF Might Compromise Anonymity
Consensus: Distributed saw discussions over the constitutionality of FATF's Travel Rule and why regulators want DeFi in the U.S.
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Blockchain Bites: FATF, Financial Inclusion and Banking Without Banks: A Look Ahead at Consensus, Day 3
Your guide to Consensus: Distributed, Day 3: FATF, DeFi and why Bitcoin is still king.
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First Mover: Derivatives May Have Blunted the Halving's Volatility Spike
The anemic price action surrounding bitcoin's third halving has led to head-scratching over why the cryptocurrency didn't moon. One possibility: Derivatives are bringing more price discovery.
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Blockchain Bites: Will Crypto See Any of the CBDC Action?
The world is growing comfortable with digital assets: JP Morgan banks crypto, England discusses CBDCs and Sheila Warren a place for privacy coins.
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