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Canadian pension fund ‘absolutely not’ considering investing directly in bitcoin
Ethereum co-founder Joseph Lubin’s venture has profited from the boom in decentralised finance
Its money, talent and tech have enabled blockchain think-tanks and galleries selling NFTs to flourish
Erroneous fee is refunded, in proof to DeFi proponents of shared community values
Developers are flocking to the platform’s blockchain but nimbler rivals are emerging
What rhymes with rump and flump again?
Deal for anti-money laundering company is payment giant’s latest move into digital assets
Gillian Tett meets ethereum’s co-founder, an increasingly powerful influence over the future of digital money
Digital tokens offer a way to buy and own shares in instantly recognisable works by bankable, international artists
Wealthy individuals see rich potential in the industry underpinning blockchain
Pyth Network seeks to use digital ledger to distribute conventional and crypto market information
More blockchain bunkum from the bloke who brought us Brexit, BarnardCastleGate and (arguably) Boris.
Please refer to Betteridge’s law of headlines for this one.
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Governments and private sector must adopt more unified approach in response to Beijing
Efforts are under way to protect the world’s financial networks from a quantum attack. But some question if the threat to crypto assets is really as existential as feared.
A crucial linchpin of the world’s financial plumbing is ripe for disruption
Why using crypto smart-contracts to remove financial intermediaries comes with its own trade-offs.
Payments company dives into hot new area of innovation in financial services
Putting new debt on modern technology could lead to substantial savings, bankers say
Blockchain projects that aim to cut out the middleman are growing so fast that regulators risk being overwhelmed
The very rich are adding fuel to the bitcoin boom but many are wary of a bubble
“This Treasury needs to create a safe space for cryptocurrency development.”
The digital tokens have grown into a popular and often highly volatile asset class