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Though the hearing did not focus on solutions, open source looks like a real way of addressing the committee’s concerns about transparency and accountability.
Andrew Hamilton, the CEO of legal firm JPB Liberty, is ready to file a class-action lawsuit seeking billion in damages from the social media “cartel” that sought to kill crypto in 2018.
The leaders in this week’s policy news focus on some case studies in power accumulation that more than anything show why decentralization tech matters.
The leaders of two tech giants are using nationalism to win back the governments of their respective home countries after stumbling over crypto launches.
A former director of the U.S. National Broadband Task Force criticizes anti-encryption bills that in his opinion hurt the nation’s economy and security.
An alternative social networking platform that aims to give users control over their data is integrating Chainlink data oracles.
Economic historian Barry Eichengreen believes that stablecoins are either too fragile, or too expensive, to emerge as a dominant monetary form.
Former Swiss President and new board member of CV VC talks the unique attitudes towards law that make Switzerland a hub for crypto.