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What Reddit’s IPO Filing Says About Crypto Regulation
Of the Web 2 giants, the message board king is arguably most invested in crypto. Its filings to go public have interesting things to say about how a Silicon Valley company vie...
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Lejilex v. SEC is a classic case of “impact litigation.”(Jesse Hamilton/CoinDesk, modified)
In Lejilex vs. SEC, Crypto Goes on Offense in the Courts
The Texas-based crypto firm's new lawsuit shows how the industry can use “impact litigation” to get regulatory clarity, lawyers Jake Chervinsky and Amanda Tuminelli write.
Lejilex v. SEC is a classic case of “impact litigation.”(Jesse Hamilton/CoinDesk, modified)

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The European Central Bank Is Either Lying About Bitcoin or Lying to Itself
ECB Director General Ulrich Bindseil and advisor Jürgen Schaaf are definitely against bitcoin, but their reasons don’t make a lot of sense.
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Why Circle's USDC Is Quitting the TRON Network
It could be part of a long-time realignment separating compliant and gray-market crypto, says Daniel Kuhn.
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Does Anyone Else Feel the Crypto Vibe Shift?
Surveying the small, telltale signs that the market is back. But what’s different this time?
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Canada's regulatory situation is both clear and more conservative than in the U.S. (Sebastiaan Stam/Unsplash)
Where Coinbase Canada Goes, so Does the World
Canada, quicker to adopt ETFs than the U.S., may offer a signal to where the U.S. goes next.
Canada's regulatory situation is both clear and more conservative than in the U.S. (Sebastiaan Stam/Unsplash)

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What the Warren/Satoshi Flag Moment Means
The prank was believable because even bitcoin critics like Sen. Liz Warren might have to embrace crypto voters in the wake of ETF approvals, says Daniel Kuhn.
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren's signature on the Satoshi Nakamoto flag certificate that was flown over the United States Capitol was displayed at PubKey on Feb. 15. (	Steven Ferdman/Getty Images)

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Stupid Things Craig Wright Said in His Latest Stupid Trial
During his cross-examination, lawyers for the Crypto Open Patent Alliance (COPA) tried to ensnare the Satoshi Nakamoto pretender in a web of lies.
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Bitcoin Is Back, Back, Back, Baby
The premier crypto is regaining dominance of investment dollars, mindshare and “narrative,” says Ben Schiller.
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As EtherRocks Hit Sotheby’s, Who Is Laughing Hardest?
Literally clipart of rocks, the NFTs are a popular joke on digital art. Now the storied auction house is selling them, they may become even more collectible, says Daniel Kuhn....
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