Could a Digital Dollar Compete on Privacy? Fed Chairman Powell Hints It Might
Fed Chairman Powell has given financial privacy advocates a glimmer of hope – and hinted at how the U.S. might competitively position a digitized dollar.
There are tangible safety implications to consumer privacy violations, says Lindsey Barrett of Georgetown Law.
The arrest of Larry Harmon for an alleged connection to AlphaBay raises major questions: Do bitcoiners have a right to build privacy tech?
Sometimes the very laws meant to enforce privacy can result in companies sharing it.
As the Treasury Department prepares for more stringent AML enforcement around cryptos, the Fed says a digital dollar should preserve privacy.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation is defending a former Kraken employee embroiled in a lawsuit over an anonymous review of the crypto exchange on Glassdoor.