This is where you'll find our the more in-depth crypto articles, explainers and essays.
Here’s something that could only happen in crypto. A guy gets fired from his job, stumbles on a random reddit post, learns to code… and one year later creates the most important decentralised finance project in history. How important? Well, since its inception in 2018, it’s handled roughly
Back in the 90s, virtually every big company had its own internal “intranet”. Many still do. An intranet was like a closed-off version of the internet, just for that company to use. Different teams had different pages and they’d update them with useful information. The problem with intranets is
Once again, it seems crypto’s fate rests in the hands of US regulators. On the 15th of June BlackRock applied to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) – yes that same SEC that just sued Coinbase and Binance – for permission to create a Bitcoin Exchange Traded Fund (ETF). If you’
BRC-20 tokens are the biggest thing to happen on Bitcoin since the block wars. Here's everything you need to know.
Arbitrum’s fall from grace illustrates everything that’s wrong with the crypto industry right now.
Well, this is unusual, isn’t it? You’re not due another issue from me for about three weeks. So what’s going on? I thought I’d send you a bonus issue about crypto’s biggest buzzword (other than “regulation” and “bear” and “collapse”) web3. In it, I cover
In this issue, we’re going to look at what’s caused the wave of crypto company bankruptcies, and examine how using decentralised finance (DeFi) could have avoided all of them.
First it happened to Big Tech, now it’s happening to crypto.
In this week's feature we're looking at why privacy matters, and how crypto is finally going to make "big data" work for the average person with the use of private smart contracts.