Op-ed and analysis from a variety of unique cryptocurrency experts and blockchain enthusiasts.
Op-ed: Zoom out
Education is an essential companion to financial freedom. Crypto is a wild west on the best of day so we must better educate others, especially the unbanked, to ensure a safe experience within our industry.
Saylor says Bitcoin’s Lightning Network most important technology in the world right now
Michael Saylor announced that MicroStrategy is working on an inhouse Lightning Network solution that will onboard over 10 million consumers.
Largest Ethereum miner, Ethermine, stops processing sanctioned transactions
Ethermine is no longer processing blocks that include Tornado Cash transactions creating censorship at a protocol level
Bitcoin advocate claims Vitalik Buterin does not understand PoW
Brandon Quittem highlighted that the proof-of-stake consensus is at the risk of centralization, censorship while also arguing that PoW has a lower barrier of entry.
Op-ed: Reimagining cross-chain bridges: Let’s stop trying to be liquidity protocols
By locking liquidity to provide cross-chain routing (as almost every bridge does right now), bridges have placed themselves in a competition they’re bound to lose.
Op-ed: How leveraging blockchain data can be a revolutionary act
Knowing exactly what is needed in data terms is a significant hurdle.
3 trends that will shape the future of Bitcoin mining
Bitcoin mining is a dynamically-changing industry that's growing in scale and operational knowledge. Here are three of the biggest trends we are seeing today.
CommerceBlock CEO slams US Treasury Department’s crackdown on Tornado Cash, says it ‘makes little sense’
The U.S. Department of Treasury sanctioned the crypto mixer Tornado Cash website on August 8, claiming that cybercriminals with affiliations to North Korea have been using it to launder money.
Glassnode analysis suggests Bitcoin might be near bottom
A recent analysis from Glassnode detected an increase in the long-term capitulation, which suggests Bitcoin might have reached its bottom. On the other hand, Wall Street thinks it'll go as low as $10,000.
Highlights from ETHBarcelona: bear market survival guide
Prominent names from Venture Capitals came together in the "Bear Market Survival Guide" panel in ETHBarcelona, and stressed the importance of offering real value.
Here’s how utility tokens can drive crypto adoption higher
Tascha from TaschaLabs recently described three ways utility tokens can grow traditional businesses, and said that they can drive crypto adoption forward.
SBF claims smaller crypto exchanges will fail soon
FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried says some crypto exchanges are already secretly insolvent and will fail soon.
Op-Ed: Why crypto bailouts are a double-edged sword
Crypto originated as an response of the 2008 global financial crisis and its bailouts, but after more than a decade of success things seem to have come full circle
Op-Ed: Trustless bridges: A much-needed solution to the security risks of blockchain bridges
The implementation of blockchain bridges – also known as token bridges – is essential to create interoperability and allow the exchange and flow of digital assets, enabling greater liquidity between blockchains.
Mark Cuban expects many crypto projects to go extinct
Mark Cuban said the current bear market will reveal which projects were weak and demolish them, making room for the real disruptive applications to soar.
Op-Ed: Overhyping crypto tarnishes more than the industry’s reputation
Opportunistic behavior's from crypto industry companies only helps to serve it's own developers over providing actual value, delaying the industry's growth and adoption
Op-ed: How Do Kwon, Terra could have set crypto back 10 years
Mainstream adoption of crypto has been trending in a positive direction for the past three years, could all that hard work be for nothing?