• Sean who? (via C-SPAN).
    Alt coins,  People

    Circle sheds another business, three executives

    The blockchain payments firm sold its Circle Trade OTC operation to Kraken, while CFO Naeem Ishaq joined co-CEO Sean Neville in heading for the door

    Six-year-old blockchain payments firm Circle announced on Dec. 17 that it has sold its Circle Trade over the counter (OTC) desk to the Kraken cryptocurrency exchange. The firm also said in addition to co-CEO Sean Neville—whose departure was announced on Dec. 4—CFO Naeem Ishaq and Chief Legal Officer Gus Coldebella were “transitioning from the company into new adventures befitting their expertise.”

  • Blockchain project jobs
    Technology

    Report: With blockchain hype over, focus now on active blockchain businesses

    Digital marketing agency Zage interviewed leaders of more than 100 businesses currently using blockchain technology in the real world

    A seamless user experience is one of the keys to the widespread adoption of blockchain technology, according to a report released on August 19 by digital marketing agency Zage.

  • Call in the experts: Jeremy Allaire of Circle, Rebecca Nelson of The Blockchain Association, and Mehrsa Baradaran of the University of California, Irvine School of Law before the U.S. Senate Banking Committee, July 30, 2019.
    Bitcoin,  Cryptocurrencies,  Libra,  Politics,  United States

    Analysis: Cryptocurrency experts tell Senate innovation requires regulation

    In the wake of Facebook’s Libra plan, a Senate Banking Committee hearing shows Congress getting serious about cryptocurrency regulation

    A week after the U.S. government’s inaction on cryptocurrency regulation drove Jeremy Allaire to move most of his company out of the U.S., the Circle chairman and CEO told congress why.

  • 11 crypto firms sued illegal ICOs
    Alt coins,  Asia & Australia,  People

    Reports of Justin Sun’s detention in China greatly exaggerated

    Recuperating from kidney stones, the Tron founder was forced to resort to a live video Q&A in front of San Francisco’s Bay Bridge

    Tron founder and CEO Justin Sun was forced to postpone his $4.6 million lunch with legendary investor Warren Buffett because he had a kidney stone attack, and that’s a good thing.