In today's Chatter Report, Erik Voorhees criticizes cryptocurrency-focused venture capital firms for reneging on their signed term sheet deals. Also, Steve Patterson calls out Amaury Sechet over Chris Pacia's comment that miners don't vote. Las
In February 2018, a few New York Senator organized a round table where many New Yorkers participated including Llew Claasen) of the bitcoin foundation
Yesterday we discussed how 2019 could be a boring year without any major developments in regards to the Bitcoin price and crypto markets in general. Today we are discussing a bullish alternative reality. We also talk about Ethereum miners being vulne
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In Thursday's installment of The Daily, we report on a highly anticipated stablecoin project that's failed before it's even launched, and explore the strangely centralized world of crypto Twitter. First though, we'll start with the news that
The right way to think about cryptocurrency coins is as lottery tickets that pay off in a dystopian future where they are used in rogue and failed states, or perhaps in countries where citizens have already lost all semblance of privacy. That means t
There has been a slew of bitcoin mining rigs announced during the last 12 months that claim to process more terahash per second while consuming less energy. However, with cryptocurrency prices so low, lots of newly launched machines are not profitabl
"Wanchain is a separate, independent, public chain," CEO Jack Lu says on a recent December morning. He explains that it is essentially a fork of Ethereum which integrated a lot of privacy-focused changes and primarily focuses on cross-chain compa