Biden’s pick to run the SEC has some serious crypto and blockchain chops.
Kelly Loeffler has lost the Georgia runoff election to Democratic challenger Raphael Warnock.
Women of color from the cryptocurrency industry are concerned the STABLE Act would make wealth disparities in the U.S. much worse.
The city council member in Kramatorsk, Ukraine, bought 185,000 XMR in 2015 when the cryptocurrency’s price was well below $1.
Bolivia is one of the rare countries that has essentially banned cryptocurrency, but the nation’s blockchain advocates aren’t giving up.
The Financial Times scorns Nigel Farage for his apparently predictable embrace of libertarian cryptocurrency influencers.
Making digital cash work efficiently for public stimulus payments doesn’t require a detour through blockchain technology, in the view of U.S. progressives.
Wyoming’s Cynthia Lummis is the most outspoken Bitcoin advocate ever elected to the Senate and she’s on a mission to ensure that the technology is protected.
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