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My two cents on the current ICO hangover and its regulatory implications in the U.S..
The question on everyone’s mind this week after Friday’s SEC statement: are ICOs dead?
A bit of nuanced context around how the private fundraising marketplaces actually work for the uninitiated. What are the actual requirements under accredited investor laws, and how could the crypto crowdfunding trend frame some of the rethinking around those requirements?
Bitmain dropped a 432-page disclosure report on September 26, 2018 in preparation for its IPO on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. I’ve got you covered.
The NYAG report on crypto trading platforms is the most comprehensive investigation released to date by a regulator. It contains a wealth of information. But to understand it, you need some context. How did the NYAG’s office obtain their information? What are the report’s implications? And what corner of the regulatory space did the NYAG pop out from to investigate crypto exchanges in the first place?!
Why is history and the evolution of international law important context for discussions of governance in the crypto space?
In the current short-term volatile and manic environment, Bitcoin is overvalued. I’m bullish on Bitcoin in the long term, however...
How does our adaption of the sharing economy relate to blockchain technology?
Here is the transcript (and video!) from my talk at DevCon4, titled “Lessons from International Law: The global governance model & its takeaways as applied to crypto”.
In today’s episode, I want to focus on the SEC- what they do, what they have power over, and how that relates to ICOs.
In this video, I explain what a fork is, what it does to a blockchain, and how that impacts the development of the blockchain system.
In the meantime, this video will cover the fundamentals of ditigal tokens: what they are, where their value comes from, and the questions that remain for it as a fundraising mechanism.
As of today, is the second most popular cryptocurrency that is being traded in the crypto space. But Ethereum is so much more than just a digital currency.
Today, I am covering a topic that I am sure a lot of you are interested in: Bitcoin. What is it, who invented it, and how does it work?
The three defining characteristics of a blockchain data structure: consensus, distributed ledger, and the hashing cryptography-- how each of them play their part in securing anything that is stored on a blockchain.
Welcome to the first episode of "Talk Blockchain to Me", where I explain the main characteristics of a blockchain data structure and why it is almost impossible to modify any data that is stored on a blockchain.