US Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang Says Regulations Cannot Impede Crypto

Andrew Yang, who is running for U.S. president in the 2020 election, has explained what his priorities will be regarding cryptocurrency under his administration....

The Politics of Destruction

For some time now, I have been aware of a widespread fascination among many libertarians with Jim Bell’s “Assassination Politics” (AP). At my request,...

Georgia Governor Appoints Bakkt CEO Loeffler as New US Senator

It is unclear who will helm Bakkt after CEO Kelly Loeffler joins the U.S. Senate on Jan. 1.

Shots Fired as Nancy Pelosi Challenger Bacelar Funds Campaign With Crypto

27-year-old Agatha Bacelar is a Brazilian-American immigrant from a STEM background, and she’s targeting Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s seat in the California...

Anti-Corruption Group Proves Crypto’s True Power: You Can’t Confiscate Math

Last week in Russia, state agents tore apart the offices of FBK, a privately funded anti-corruption foundation, freezing group assets and more than 100...

Elon Musk Supports Yang – But Does Andrew Yang Really Support Bitcoin?

There’s much talk about multi-billionaire innovator Elon Musk’s newly announced support for Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang. Yang, known as the Bitcoin-friendly choice for...

The Myth of Authority: Mnuchin Denies USD Is Used Criminally

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has once again weighed in on bitcoin, claiming the U.S. dollar has not been used to finance “nefarious” activity...

As More Investors Flock to Crypto, Will US Presidential Candidates Start Making it a...

It’s no secret that over the past several decades politics in the United States have become increasingly about appealing to voter blocks, and regardless...

Bank’s Refusal to Release $1.2B of Venezuelan Gold Strengthens the Case for Bitcoin

Venezuela’s economic crisis is impossible to ignore. President Nicolás Maduro’s attempt to withdraw $1.2 billion of the country’s own gold from the Bank of England (BoE)...

Survey: 60% of US Voters Support Bitcoin Donations in Federal Elections

A poll conducted by IT firm Clovr has found that 60 percent of participants who are eligible voters are in favor of legalizing cryptocurrency...

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