• Rowling don't understand Bitcoin
    Bitcoin,  Opinion

    The sad, exasperating tale of ‘J.K. Rowling and the Sorcerer’s Coin’

    When one of the world’s richest women asked her 14.6 million followers about Bitcoin, members of the crypto community had a great opportunity. They blew it

    Late on Friday night, Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling tweeted: “I don’t understand Bitcoin. Please explain it to me.” It was an opportunity for the crypto community to offer a clear, direct explanation of why Bitcoin exists, why it’s worth so much, and how it differs from dollars and dimes. Crypto Twitter blew it.

  • Craig Wright word worthless
    Alt coins,  Bitcoin,  Opinion,  People

    EXCLUSIVE: The Case Against Craig Wright, Part II (2012 to present)

    A #Faketoshi hobbyist walks us through more of the details behind accusations that Craig Wright lied and forged proofs that he is Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto

    The vast majority of the cryptocurrency community thinks Craig Wright is lying when he claims to have invented Bitcoin. This includes luminaries like Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin, Binance exchange CEO Changpeng “CZ” Zhao, and many others who have reacted with rage to the Australian’s claims. That said, when people call Wright a liar, they generally refer to loads of proof without going into detail. So, we decided to dive into what proved to be a very deep pool.

  • Bitcoin price chart 03.13.20
    Opinion

    Bitcoin democratized finance once, but it can’t grow like that again

    Cryptocurrency prices will rebound once the panic subsides, but they will never do what Bitcoin did at the bottom of the Great Recession in 2009

    Looking back on the 10th anniversary of the “Great Recession” New York Magazine put it this way: “The older folks hoovered up gold, which basically doubled in value in the four years after the crash. Younger folks dove into cryptocurrency.”

  • Tether image money
    Opinion,  Tether

    Tether tries once again to prove it’s not being used by criminals

    By tapping Chainalysis’ anti-money laundering tools, the issuer of the world’s biggest stablecoin wants you to believe it’s on the job

    Tether, the company behind the world's most popular stablecoin, is doing its best to assure us that it is legitimate—and nobody is using tethers for any kind of funny business.