The 3 Top Drivers of Crypto Adoption – BCH City Wrap-Up

The 3 Top Drivers of Crypto Adoption - BCH City Wrap-UpWith Townsville, Australia’s Bitcoin Cash City conference and related post-conference events now all wrapped up, participants are heading home to get back to the grind. As such, it stands to take a look at the conference as a whole and BCH adoption in and beyond the land of Oz, which is fueled by three critical […]

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Crypto Needs Less Government Regulation – Not More

Crypto Needs Less Government Regulation – Not MoreA recent opinion article by Peter Lin, “Why Regulation Is The Best Thing For Crypto,” presents common arguments on why the state and state-affiliated institutions should administer cryptocurrency. Underlying the arguments is an assumption: the free market cannot provide necessary standards for crypto and the state must step into the void. Also read: Why the […]

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Fiat Lite vs. Freedom Maximalist: The Two Types of Bitcoiner

Fiat Lite vs. Freedom Maximalist - Regulations Highlight Two Types of BitcoinersAs regulation continues growing exponentially for cryptocurrencies worldwide, a chasm is yawning ever deeper between supporters. On the one hand, many yearn for massive adoption and clear regulations so they can get on with their trading, and get on with their lives – not to mention the lucrative value gains attendant to such ubiquity. This […]

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From Booze to Bitcoin Mining – Why Violent Prohibition Is Always Harmful

From Booze to Bitcoin Mining - Why Violent Prohibition Is Always HarmfulStories continue to emerge about newly discovered illegal mining operations being busted by state and corporate authorities. Just last week Iranian media reported the seizure of 177 Bitcoin mining units worth over $270,000 being smuggled via truck in the Arak region. On July 31, Russia’s Kraskom power company reported illegal siphoning of power from municipal […]

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How They Will Attack Bitcoin: The Hypocritical Shock Campaign of US Monetary Policy

How They Will Attack Bitcoin: The Hypocritical Shock Campaign of US Monetary PolicyOn July 16, U.S. Department of the Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin gave a short press briefing discussing cryptocurrencies and the pressing need for regulation. A 28-minute slodge of alphabet agency soup, studded with calculated mentions of “terrorism” nearly every minute, casual observers were left confused. Are we talking about crypto or biological weapons of mass […]

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