Is it even fair to compare Bitcoin to younger versions of tech giants like Apple?
Are traditional business enterprises ready to embrace a blockchain-based payments network? Maybe not, according to two research reports.
The DeFi sector is seeing rapid growth in use and volume. Some appear concerned about a bursting bubble, but could it be natural growth?
The SEC has rejected an ETF with only a 25% BTC component before, but how about just 5%? WisdomTree may be testing the agency’s limits.
Bitcoin and Ethereum are decentralized protocols. But how do they defend against the inevitability of human nature, if we accept that some will always desire to lead, and the fate of others is to be led?
Blockchain can play its part in the education sector — record-keeping in 2–3 years and then adoption by the labor market?
Crypto exchanges — not segregating blockchain addresses — could lead to ownership disputes in the event of insolvency, research says.
Grayscale Investments has been gobbling up Bitcoin in recent months, and most of its investors are institutions — but other funds are doing it, too.
The probability of a BTC network collapse in the next five years “is quite high — well over 50%,” said venture capitalist Zach Resnick
Jockeying for position continues, but it looks like Kleiman v. Wright is going to trial. Still, never say never as most lawsuits settle.