Cryptocurrency Is Just a Minor Threat to the State
States still have the armies, the police and – on a good day anyway – democratic legitimacy. All of that still matters, and will for a long time.
The city council member in Kramatorsk, Ukraine, bought 185,000 XMR in 2015 when the cryptocurrency's price was well below $1.
Bolivia is one of the rare countries that has essentially banned cryptocurrency, but the nation's blockchain advocates aren't giving up.
Women of color from the cryptocurrency industry are concerned the STABLE Act would make wealth disparities in the U.S. much worse.
An Australian senator has come out as a big fan of blockchain, saying the technology could help facilitate government processes, tighten financial regulation and more.
With a strong correlation between stocks and the bitcoin price in recent months, analysts say a stimulus package could boost BTC as well.