2017 review

money, mousetrap
Crypto Cat and Mouse: 2018 Will Be the Year of Policy Subterfuge
Global regulators have staked out a diverse set of rules for blockchain, but entrepreneurs may be better off playing arbitrage until the dust settles.
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zen, garden
Goodbye ICOs, Hello TAOs? How Tokens Will Change in 2018
The landscape for tokens and ICOs will change this year, but the effects might be farther reaching and more impactful on society than you'd think.
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cash, red, tape
Beyond the Red Tape: The Path Ahead for Token Sales
While 2017 was full of demand from innovators with a move-fast ethos, 2018 will be marked by demand from the finance world with a need for compliance.
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2018: The Year We Democratize Blockchain
Cryptocurrencies may be in a market mania, but that interest will spark a new wave of blockchain growth according to Deloitte's top blockchain lead.
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guitar, strings
Banks and the Blockchain Blues
Banks excited about their blockchain work may do well to monitor their signal-to-noise ratios in 2018.
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law, crime
I Love Bitcoin. That's Why I Sue Exchanges
The lawyer who's filed more crypto class actions than any other speaks out on his outlook on the blockchain industry.
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2018's Challenge: What Are Crypto Assets Really Worth?
We've bought in, but how much are these assets really worth? Turing Group's top quants talk about a major token challenge ahead.
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A Legal Renaissance, Blockchain Style
Last year, lawyers and law firms finally got over themselves and worked together in the blockchain space. In 2018, such teamwork will be critical.
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ashes, fire
What Crypto Didn't Give Us in 2017
The cryptocurrency market may have exceeded expectations in 2017 – but there's plenty of goals left on the industry wishlist.
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buttons, plastic
ICOs: The Tech Is Here, But Where Are the Standards?
ICOs may be here to stay, but self-regulation can make all the difference for the fledgling industry, the head of Gibraltar's stock exchange argues.
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