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Let's Stop Regulating Crypto Exchanges Like Western Union
It's time for U.S. crypto exchanges to face the same rules as non-crypto marketplaces and brokers, says our columnist.
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Reversibility on Ethereum: The Benefits and Pitfalls
The equivalent of “chargebacks” on Ethereum would be controversial but would ultimately help the blockchain to become more useful.
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How to Stop Illegal Activity on Tornado Cash (Without Using Sanctions)
Rather than sanctioning code, U.S. authorities should have targeted the human intermediaries.
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How to Stop Forsage, Meta Force and Other Smart Contract Pyramid Schemes
An SEC indictment notwithstanding, it's not easy to taking down online pyramid schemes, says our columnist. Here are some ideas.
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New York Regulators Have Planted a Seed for Stablecoin Transparency
New guidance from the New York Department of Financial Services should shake up how stablecoin issuers do attestation and other reporting, says our columnist.
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What to Watch for in Tether's Upcoming Attestation Report
The leading stablecoin project still hasn’t published its March report attesting to its reserves. Following Terra, investors have a right to more timely information, says our columnist.
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Why We Need Crypto Payments to Work
In a word: competition. This post is part of CoinDesk's Payments Week.
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Don’t Blame Crypto for Corruption
An IMF study suggesting crypto is facilitating corruption is off target.
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The Ramps Killing Bitcoin's Dissident Thesis
Why does crypto work for Russian ransomware, but it wasn't useful for the Ottawa truckers?
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The Case for Taxing Proof-of-Work
Most bitcoin owners aren't cypherpunks and don't require an energy-intensive consensus mechanism. A tax would shift them on to sensible alternatives. This post is part of CoinDesk's Tax Week.
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