OnlyFans' decision (now reversed) to ban porn reveals the arbitrary power of banks to delist products they don't like.
Banks helped force a hugely disruptive porn ban on OnlyFans. With public fury focused on their outsized power, the banks seem to have backed down.
There are some very good reasons, it turns out, rooted in our deep, totally irrational animal brains.
OnlyFans has abandoned the sex workers that made it huge, largely thanks to pressure from banks and payment providers. That's a terrifying precedent, says our columnist.
Bitcoin surely doesn't "fix" Afghanistan, but it "could play a very important role” as an alternative financial system.
Is diem what the world needs? "It's a start," economist Darrell Duffie says.
The SEC chief has a point: DeFi is often not as decentralized as its proponents like to claim.
Two top-tier investors are clashing over the potential of innovative "growth stocks." But what they're really talking about is the Fed.
In crypto, you shouldn't have to ask who you can trust. But as the Poly Network hack and its resolution have showed, you absolutely do.
Props, a social media token project, was one of the first to receive a Reg A+ qualification. It's now shutting down.
Traders assume the DeFi market will become more efficient over time, reducing arbitrage opportunities. But that may not be true.
Stablecoins have been improving their reporting on reserves, but transparency makes an already difficult business model more complicated to execute, says our columnist.
Developers have traded riches for user privacy. It's time to return crypto to its roots.
At least for now, crypto in Puerto Rico is less about doing business than about education.