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At the last G20 summit in March 2018, financial leadership from twenty of the world’s most significant economies had wildly divergent opinions about the validity and risk of cryptocurrencies.
Among the bustle of crypto-related activities in Washington this week, an important announcement surfaced from Mick Mulvaney, acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).
Collectively, the G20 strives to create policies that are beneficial for the world economy.
Even prior to Donald Trump's November 2016 United States presidential election, the notion of Russian interference in the election was under investigation by United States intelligence agencies.
As crypto prices rise and fall, experts and casual observers alike are trying to predict the future of the digital economy.
As the negative headlines continue to proliferate, some crypto insiders remain bullish about the potential for digital currency to thrive not only in the future but this year as well.
As cryptocurrencies’ value climbed in 2017, many onlookers predicted a rapidly inflating investment bubble.
For many, 2018 is considered the year of the blockchain.
There is a noticeable shift in the financial industry’s approach to cryptocurrencies. Industry leaders once seemed to view digital currencies with skepticism, keeping the currencies at arm’s length despite the rise in value and popularity. One of the industry’s leading voices, Jamie Dimon, once famously described Bitcoin as a “fraud,” and other institutions acted like it was. Since […]
TRON, the tenth largest cryptocurrency by market cap, is beginning its transition from the Ethereum blockchain to a public blockchain produced by the TRON Foundation and a community of developers around the world.
Crypto markets and traditional investment vehicles have very little direct connection.
In January of 2018, Coincheck, Japan’s largest crypto exchange joined the list of exchanges compromised by a devastating hack.