Assemblyperson Ron Kim wants his constituents to be self-sovereign. The trouble is, his constituents don’t know what that means.
Ethereum was created to carry out complex applications Bitcoin supposedly couldn’t handle. A new app brings the idea full circle.
As coronavirus is changing everyone’s lives, making it harder to go outside or interact with friends and family, people are leaning more than ever on digital video platforms to live a “normal” life. That includes Bitcoiners who are fine-tuning the organization of hackathons in the virtual realm.
Cynthia Lummis was the U.S. Representative for Wyoming from 2009 to 2017 and is now running for U.S. Senate. A budget hawk and founding member of the Freedom Caucus, she first bought bitcoin in 2013 after a tip from her son-in-law. She’s been an advocate ever since.
BlockTower Capital’s hedge fund of cryptocurrencies was trudging along. Then, unexpectedly, it more than doubled its returns this year as most investors and companies languished from the coronavirus-stricken economic downturn.
Mati Greenspan, founder of Quantum Economics, took no more than five minutes in answering the CoinDesk Confessional survey.
Bakkt’s debut last September was one of the most eagerly awaited launches in crypto because it promised something groundbreaking and potentially momentous for the industry: institutional access to actual bitcoin.
CoinDesk Confessionals is a new series aiming to illuminate the lives of our cryptic crypto leaders.
CoinDesk Confessionals is a new series exploring the innermost workings of crypto’s leading figures.