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What use is cryptocurrency in an impoverished country where 85 per cent of people lack access to the internet?
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Platforms act as key decision makers on which digital assets are accessible to mainstream traders
Key player and policymakers must now embrace reform to weed out the bad, while retaining some good
The environmental, financial and psychological harm caused by ‘mining’ digital currencies is enormous
Country says it is trying to mitigate risks from growing use of sometimes volatile assets
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Japan’s largest investment bank is setting up unit with 100 staff by 2024
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Light-touch rules on digital assets and exchanges leave investors vulnerable and increase misunderstanding
Bankman-Fried criticises biggest digital asset over inefficiency and high environmental costs
Funds from ETF Securities and Cosmos beat rivals to market despite delays
Shocks to the cryptosphere’s vital cog can reverberate to financial markets
The failure of a once-hyped stablecoin has sparked serious questions over the functioning of the entire crypto market
TradFi ruined everything, Morgan Stanley says
Cash and bank deposits made up only 5 per cent of its assets as of the end of December
The $80bn stablecoin has drawn close scrutiny after it slipped far from its peg against the dollar
The ramifications of a tether crisis of confidence.
Even some who have sipped the Kool-Aid accept the latest cracks may be different