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Blockchain Bites: Coinbase Oracle, Gun Sirer’s Grants and Lightning-Powered Private Messages
Coinbase's new service may outcompete Chainlink while AVA Labs is looking to fund DeFi development on its public testnet.
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Money Reimagined: A World Where Privacy and Saving Lives Can Coexist
We don't need to trade our privacy for a better response to the COVID-19 crisis. We need to embrace the full power of cryptography.
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Blockchain Bites: China's Miners, Africa's Venmo and Cuba's New Exchange
Binance launches the Venmo of Africa, Cuba gets a new exchange and Starbucks will trial the "digital yuan."
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First Mover: Bitcoin Catches Almighty Dollar Even During 2020's Dash for Cash
Bitcoin is looking like a store of value again, as major currencies fall behind.
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Blockchain Bites: Ripple Sues YouTube, Monero Hits the Box Office and Draper Wants Crypto Everywhere
Is Renaissance bullish on bitcoin? What's the "crypto/lobbyist" revolving door? Will YouTube take down XRP giveaway scams?
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First Mover: What the Oil Price Collapse Means for Bitcoin's Halving Valuation
What does the crash in black gold mean for digital gold in the important weeks ahead?
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Blockchain Bites: DeFi Hacker Is Back, Oil Craters and Big Tech Won't Sue You
Big Tech vows not to sue developers using their patents to build solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic while a hacker returns funds stolen this weekend.
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First Mover: 10 Takeaways for Bitcoin From Negative Oil Prices
Oil futures crashed into negative territory, making bitcoin look like a beacon of stability. But what does the news really mean for the top cryptocurrency?
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Blockchain Bites: ConsenSys Cuts, dForce Doomsday and Bitcoin ATMs Boom
ConsenSys cut staff for the second time in 2020. DForce faces doomsday. And Bitcoin ATMs are booming.
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First Mover: Bitcoin Attracting More Buyers, Even With Market Stuck in 'Extreme Fear'
Analysts say the growing number of small bitcoin accounts might suggest bitcoin is becoming more popular – even as a sentiment index is registering "extreme fear" for the long...
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