Bitcoin does not have a CEO but it does have lawyers.
Congress's infrastructure bill may not be great for the U.S. crypto sector, but that there's a tax provision at all shows lawmakers recognize the industry's permanence.
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A late addition to the infrastructure bill moving through Congress would impose impossible reporting requirements on miners and wallets.
Congress is holding three simultaneous hearings around cryptocurrencies today – and they're all on different types of use cases.
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Although Europe isn't banning anonymous crypto wallets, proposed rule changes could hurt the crypto industry. It's time to fight back.
Haste is not conducive to the kind of nuanced regulatory approach needed for this fast-growing class of cryptos. Nor is scaremongering about “bank runs.”
Analysts have looked at the predictive power of Metcalfe's Law to determine the value of the Bitcoin network.
Geo-fencing and other user restrictions are like “no access” signs around platforms and protocols that were built for financial inclusion.