Governments all over the world are adopting cryptocurrency into their economies and day-to-day life. With the correct usage by federal governments, crypto could lead to massive leaps in infrastructure, the creation of millions of jobs, and could aid developing countries in building their economies. In the last year, the world has started slowly seeing the adoption of several different coins by countries all around the globe. The Bitcoin Law in El Salvador, which became effective on September 7th of this year, made the coin legal tender within the country. The adoption of bitcoin within the country has not gone completely smoothly, with some users falling victim to scammers and glitches…
Crypto-fueled browser Brave wants Congress to help you break up with big tech
A very productive chat between titans of tech and the grandparents who run our government
Crypto browser Brave’s Chief Policy & Industry Relations Officer Johnny Ryan testified Tuesday at the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee in favor of restricting advertiser’s access to user’s personal data. The hearing on “Understanding the Digital Advertising Ecosystem and the Impact of Data Privacy and Competition Policy” was a big step forward to helping the older folks who make our internet laws understand the impact they have on the future.
Where the 2020 US presidential candidates stand on crypto
Will the next president care about cryptocurrencies and blockchain?
Of the many candidates running or considering running in the upcoming presidential elections, only a few have taken a position one way or another, or even mentioned Bitcoin or blockchain in any substantial way.