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I think this might have been the biggest month in the history of crypto, and one of my longest issues to date...
In the last three months, we’ve seen more action, adoption and mainstream interest in crypto than we have in the last three years.
Looks like crypto is finally going mainstream (again). This week we have PayPal, Deutsche Bank, Citibank and JPMorgan all playing crypto catch up.
Today, I’m bringing you some of the most interesting crypto stories that emerged over the last month or so, which I think many people will have missed… Except for the last one. That was everywhere.
Inflation is making the poor poorer. Meanwhile, increasing asset prices are making the rich richer. Could Bitcoin level the playing field?
Last week, there wasn’t a whole lot happening in crypto. But thankfully this week, there have been some major new developments. We have… Intriguing research showing when Bitcoin’s price is most likely to breakout.Vitalik confirming Ethereum 2.0 will scale to 100,000 transactions per second (TPS)
Richard II meets the rebels on 14 June 1381 in a miniature from a 1470s copy of Jean Froissart’s Chronicles. “In early 2025, a group identifying itself as Zbellion gained traction on the Dark Web. “Zbellion capitalized on the fears and insecurities of
It seems like this week we reached some kind of tipping point with general interest in crypto, which has culminated in Bloomberg saying Bitcoin will reach $20,000 this year. But price talk isn’t the only thing that’s been happening. There have been some big developments, too. Namely…
News came out this week that Grayscale Investments has bought up one-third of all the Bitcoin mined in the last three months. Which, unless I quantify that means absolutely nothing. So let’s put it into numbers. In the last 100 days, Grayscale has bought 60,672 Bitcoin… worth a