The union of cryptocurrency and Wall Street is much like a Medieval arranged marriage: A little bit of wealth is at stake but everyone seems miserable and most people involved are in need of a bath. Few are as upset about the whole thing as those who are involved in crypto for ideological reasons—or, at least, those who say they are.
Here are some charts we've been keeping internally because we, too, are addicted to Tether, albeit from the perspective of a narrator and not a user.
One of the most anticipated launches, Bakkt's futures exchange, turned out to be a giant dud on the first day of trading. Now fingers are pointing at that as the reason bitcoin prices are went on the south side of the $8,000 level Tuesday afternoon.
Olivia Capozzalo, who was Cointelegraph’s executive and managing editor, and Molly Zuckerman, who served as the site’s head of news, recently gave notice. Their next move has yet to be announced. Their profiles remain on the “About Cointelegraph” page.