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Why Crypto Investments Are Less Vulnerable to US-China Tensions
U.S.-China tensions are taking a toll on venture funds that invest in non-crypto startups. Investment in the blockchain industry may be less affected.
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China Aims to Be the World’s Dominant Blockchain Power – With Help From Google, Amazon and Microsoft
China's BSN could be met with geopolitical resistance as it continues to extend its global reach.
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A Primer on the US and China’s 'New Cold War'
From control of the digital realm to territorial skirmishes, these are the issues shaping an increasingly troubled relationship.
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Bitcoin, Equities Markets Rally on Signs of Hope
"Looks like we're piggybacking on equities with some data possibly indicating virus peaking," says a trader of bitcoin's 5 percent jump Monday.
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Gold, Not Bitcoin, Is Drawing Haven Demand on US Recession Fears
The increased likelihood of a U.S. recession has brought a boost to gold prices. For bitcoin, though, it's a different story.
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Korean Government-Backed Researchers File for Blockchain Patent
A South Korean government-funded organization has submitted a blockchain-related patent application to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
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