Politics

Eos Developer Block.one Working With Lobbying Firm on Blockchain Issues

Eos (EOS) parent company Block.one has disclosed that it is a client of a lobbying firm in a disclosure form registered in May....
June 12, 2019
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Former US Senator Rick Santorum Joins Catholic-Focused Cryptocurrency Project

Former United States Senator Rick Santorum has joined the board of a Catholic community-oriented cryptocurrency project, accord...

Why Lobbying Growth Is a Sign That Crypto Is Maturing

Crypto is on the march, and not just in terms of market price. Not only does data indicate that the number of ID-verified users...

Bitcoin Hits All-Time High Versus Argentine Peso Amid Presidential Election Risks

The biggest cryptocurrency, bitcoin (BTC), has hit an all-time high versus the Argentine peso amid the ongoing decline of the c...

Institutions, Politics, Business and Society

Between May 23 and 26, 2019, the European Union’s citizens are renewing their continental parliament. Among the countries that ...

Coinbase Files to Close Its Political Action Committee

Major United States-based cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has filed to close its political action committee (PAC) on April 3. ...

North Korean Dissidents Sell Ethereum-Based Post-Liberation Visas

North Korean political dissident group Cheollima Civil Defence (CCD) is selling Ethereum-based (ETH) visas for entering the cou...

Another Small Stop on the Road to Universal Blockchain Voting

On March 7, news broke that Denver is slated to become the second United States jurisdiction to pilot a blockchain-powered mobi...

Malta’s Regulatory Framework Has Attracted Crypto Players, but International Watchdogs and Local Opposition Are Skeptical

Last week, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) claimed that the growth of blockchain in Malta has created major risks of mone...

Trump Ended U.S. Government Shutdown, but the Damage It Did to Crypto Adoption Is Here to Stay

On Jan. 25, United States (U.S.) President Donald Trump ended the partial government shutdown, albeit temporarily. As a result ...
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