Crypto’s lesson in trust—more regulation to come
The issue of whether to regulate cryptocurrencies is long past. It is merely a matter of degree at this point.
Lemons sour the market for crypto
Millennials have a reputation for avoiding the purchase of cars. The money they have saved by not owning a car
Crypto gives lessons in emerging tech regulation
A crypto exchange filing for Chapter 11 is an absolute oxymoron. Seeing a freewheeling, “break something,” cryptocurrency exchange in a
Willie Sutton likes crypto
Willie Sutton was a quintessential American bank robber, a kind of “best-in-class” criminal. He was one of the first members
The liquidity quake in crypto
A one-two punch in liquidity is hitting the economy and the prospect of a recession is surging as a result.
Crypto Regs: Square pegs and round holes leave room for AI theft
Crypto regulation is finally becoming a serious possibility in Washington DC. It is a difficult task but what we have
Crypto cannot help the Fed
The cryptocurrency market has received a withering barrage of criticism during the last month, especially given the failure of some
Playing in the snow in a crypto winter
This current crypto crash is not merely another black eye for the industry with the demise of the Terra/LUNA
Yes, Terra was very like Lehman Brothers
The failure of Terra (UST), the stablecoin, was very akin to the Lehman Brothers default. In fact, it was more
Central Bank Digital Currency is not a race? Tell the rest of the world.
Over the last month, we have discussed stablecoin regulation and Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs). These, and other impending regulations