• Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-Crypto). Er, we mean (R-Ga.) of course (via @GovKemp).
    People,  Politics

    Kelly Loeffler Senate appointment win for cryptocurrency industry

    Industry analyst Mati Greenspan said the CEO of Bakkt will be ‘a friend of crypto’ in Congress as digital asset regulations are written

    Bakkt CEO Kelly Loeffler's appointment as a U.S. Senator for Georgia is "is really good news for crypto regulation in the United States,” Mati Greenspan, founder of Quantum Economics, told Modern Consensus.

  • Lies, lies, lies, yeah—They're gonna get you (via Pixabay).
    Uncategorized

    Telegram to SEC: Liar, liar, pants on fire!

    The maker of the TON blockchain’s whiny response to the agency’s lawsuit stopping a $1.7 billion token sale is the latest example of the industry’s willingness to fight the Securities and Exchange Commission

    The Securities and Exchange Commission doesn’t understand cryptocurrencies, is unfair, and is out of touch with what its own commissioners are saying in public.

  • President Xi Jinping of China, speaking to G20 summit in Hamburg on July 7, 2017 (via Wiki commons).
    Asia & Australia,  Bitcoin

    No, China’s President Xi Jinping didn’t cause a Bitcoin rally

    Pundits and maximalists are just trying to see what they want to see

    Like 1960s campus radicals, Bitcoin maximalists are enthusiastically praising the wisdom of a leader of Communist China. That’s because President Xi Jinping called for his country to “take the leading position in the emerging field of blockchain.”

  • Not a photo of PayPal potentially leaving its partnership with Facebook's Libra. Instead, this is the PayPal float at the Dublin LGBTQ Pride Parade, June 29, 2019 (photo by William Murphy via Wiki commons).
    Libra

    Libra Association won’t deny reports PayPal pulling out

    Facebook’s crypto project partnerships show signs of buckling with increased government pressure

    The Libra Association would not quite deny reports that digital payment service PayPal is withdrawing from the group, designed to oversee Facebook’s highly controversial, proposed cryptocurrency.