Seven main takeaways on crypto markets from my time at CoinDesk. Plus: the future of the Bitcoin Mining Council.
Regulators are getting more involved in crypto, or so they said at this year's Consensus event.
Carol House, the National Security Council’s director of cybersecurity, said crypto developers failed to hardcode necessary guardrails.
"Nothing's been decided," says Michael Mosier, the former Chainalysis counsel who became acting head of the financial crime-fighting agency this year.
The sci-fi author exhorted Consensus 2021 attendees to take back power for internet users from a tech cartel whose leaders “can fit around one table.”
Binance is not responsible for "rug pulls" on Binance Smart Chain, an exchange representative says.
We asked a Bitcoin developer about the patronage model, on-chain privacy, lessons from Taproot and Bitcoin's energy consumption.
The future of CBDCs, stablecoins and untethered cryptocurrencies was all up for grabs on an action-packed day at CoinDesk's flagship event.
Banks and financial regulators should facilitate the tokenization of the financial system, DBS CEO Piyush Gupta said during Consensus 2021.
Jessica Turner, the storied payment network’s fintech executive, reflects on mainstream crypto adoption at Consensus 2021.
“I think policy is rather overdoing it,” the former U.S. Treasury secretary said at Consensus 2021.
To change global payment rails, "you probably need to be a cowboy if you're a startup," Morgen Beller said.