Why Aren’t the Candidates Talking About Digital Currency?
Given the threat to US interests posed by a digital yuan and similar projects, you might think candidates would have positions on the future of money. Not so much.
Recent election tech foul-ups have people scrambling for paper ballots. But they're not really the future of voting, says Intercoin's Greg Magarshak.
Today on Markets Daily we're taking a break from our quick-hit news roundup format for a brief discussion about the U.S. election in the age of bitcoin with CoinDesk features editor Ben Schiller and privacy-beat reporter Benjamin Powers.
People in blockchain tend not to love government. But they don't want it to be idle in a crisis, a CoinDesk survey suggests.
What’s next for the Yang Gang, and who – if anyone – will inherit their leader’s mantle?
Before dropping out the presidential race, Pete Buttigieg plowed a centrist lane on tech issues, criticizing Silicon Valley without making the radical proposals of Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren.
While Trump self-inflated and Bernie talked of revolution, Klobuchar took a middle lane on tech. From election security to privacy to transparency in online ads, Klobuchar was a practical legislator in a chaotic political environment.