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The Bigger Picture Behind Bitcoin’s Latest Price Rebound

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Bitcoin’s latest rebound above $5,000 isn’t about new investors, it’s a reaffirmation of its real strength as a resistant global network.

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Exchange Volumes May Be Fake, But Bitcoin’s Value Is Real

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More than a critique of price manipulation rife across bitcoin markets, the Bitwise report shows cryptocurrencies’ potential.

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Why Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey Are Warming to Blockchain

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The winds of change are coming to the centralized systems of the Internet, according to author Michael Casey.

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What Coinbase Needs to Learn from the Neutrino Scandal

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Once you have to trust someone, it really does matter who they are, as Coinbase’s recent PR debacle illustrates.

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Will the Crypto Community Torch Jamie Dimon?

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The $156 in bitcoin being passed via the “Lighting Torch” is a bigger deal than trillions in JPM Coins would be, writes Michael J. Casey.

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The Fallacy That Blockchain Is Stuck in One Place

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Blockchain skeptics wrongly assume that the technology is in stasis, writes Michael J. Casey.

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The Crypto-Surveillance Capitalism Connection

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If blockchain is to be a force for good, rather than a vehicle of subjugation, advocates must contend with the backlash against Big Tech.

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Don’t Throw the Crypto Tokens Out With the Bathwater

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We’re at a point where any idea associated with tokens struggles for legitimacy and money. It would be a shame if we ditched token economics altogether.

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Proof-of-Stake Could Lead to Crypto Banking. Let’s Avoid That

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“Staking as a service” is taking off. We need to think hard about what this means for crypto’s evolution, warns Michael J. Casey.

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The Ethereum Classic Attacker Has Sent a Bigger Message

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If a permissionless blockchain doesn’t have a large enough community of users, developers and miners, its vulnerable, writes Michael J. Casey.

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