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Binance.US Top Lawyer Steps Down

The top lawyer for the U.S. arm of exchange giant Binance has departed after just seven months in the position.Christopher Robins, who held the title of general counsel, will be assuming a part-time role at the company. “Chris has been one of the driving forces in assembling our leading legal team, and we are grateful for his past and continuing [Read More...]

NFT Tied to Rare Whiskey Cask Auctions for $2.3M

A non-fungible barrel of 1991 Macallans scotch set whiskey auction records Friday, nabbing $2.3 million on NFT marketplace Metacask.The sale surpasses the previous cask sale record price of $574,000 for a similar barrel at auction house Bonhams last August. This edition came bundled with digital art from Trevor Jones.A pseudonymous buyer who goes [Read More...]

Reddit Readying an NFT Platform

Add Reddit to the list of big brands entering the non-fungible token (NFT) market. The social media site intends to build an NFT platform for buying and selling crypto collectibles, the company tipped in a job posting.In the posting for a senior engineer, Reddit noted “a new and exciting, rapidly growing team that aims to build the largest [Read More...]

Webswing Release 21.2 Resilient as Never Before

Dublin, Ireland October 22, 2021 –(PR.com)– Global company Webswing is announcing the long awaited release of a new version of Webswing. Release 21.2 is now officially live and available for download at webswing.org. This version is one of the biggest and the best Webswing updates in recent years. The new Webswing 21.2 release is [Read More...]

Kava.io

Kava is the native cryptocurrency of the Kava.io platform, a decentralized finance protocol allowing users to lend and borrow assets using multiple crypto assets as collateral.As a blockchain-based platform, Kava.io doesn’t require intermediaries to complete this process. Instead, it opts for a cross-chain lending platform allowing users to [Read More...]

Why US Policymakers Should Embrace Web 3

In 1997, the Clinton Administration published the groundbreaking “Framework for Global Electronic Commerce,” which set forth five key principles:Governments should recognize the unique qualities of the internet.The private sector should lead.Governments should avoid undue restrictions on electronic commerce.Where governmental involvement is [Read More...]

The US Needs a Dedicated Crypto Regulator

The crypto regulatory situation in the U.S. is sad. Not because the Securities and Exchange Commission or Department of the Treasury keep proposing new, unpopular rules but because there is a lack of depth and insights into most of the positions and intended actions coming out of U.S. regulatory agencies.What we have today is hastily concocted and [Read More...]

Ren

REN is the native cryptocurrency of the Ren protocol. It is an open protocol designed to allow users to move digital assets from one blockchain to another, generating cross-chain liquidity. To do so, it allows users to create tokens that conform to Ethereum’s ERC-20 standard that are backed 1:1 with their counterparts, such as bitcoin and [Read More...]

Gensler for a Day: Regulating DeFi With Fireblocks CEO Michael Shaulov

Today’s “Gensler for a Day” is Michale Shaulov, CEO of decentralized finance (DeFi) infrastructure and custody firm Fireblocks. Fireblocks occupies an extremely interesting position in the DeFi ecosystem: Late last month, it was proposed as the first “whitelister” for Aave Arc, a version of the Aave DeFi protocol aimed at serving [Read More...]

Valkyrie Bitcoin Futures ETF Starts Trading, Joining Fray

Valkyrie Investments’s bitcoin futures exchange-traded fund (ETF) started trading early Friday, after winning the blessing of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission earlier in the week.The new Valkyrie fund, officially the called the Bitcoin Strategy ETF, went live on the Nasdaq under the ticker BTF when stock markets opened Friday at 9:30 [Read More...]

Put America’s Geeks to Work, Don’t Cage Them

As we progress into the digital age, America needs its computer geeks. Yet the U.S. government, rather than mine their ideas and talents, has thrown too many of them into prison. If we want to beat the Chinese and Russians in cyberspace, we’ll need our nerds – even those with a criminal past. Our adversaries encourage their best tech minds and [Read More...]
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