The protracted collapse of Three Arrows Capital (3AC) is being treated a sign of great sickness within the digital asset industry—and it should be.
The bankruptcy of ‘crypto’ hedge fund Three Arrows Capital (3AC) continues to rock the wider digital asset sector, threatening an ever-widening pool of companies that put their trust in a pair of scammers.
Digital Currency Group (DCG), a conglomeration of venture capitalist groups founded in 2015, is one of the major centers of “big tech” and “old money” control in the BTC economy.
The bills, which are designed to hinder Russian oligarchs from evading sanctions, are allegedly part of a vendetta by Sen. Elizabeth Warren, according to Blockchain Association and its partner firm Forbes Tate Partners.
CoinDesk filed a FOIL request for information about Tether's reserves, it appealed and won, but Tether challenged this decision, claiming that revealing its assets gives its competitors an advantage.
Bitcoin’s “trial of the century” has stopped pretending it’s about enriching Ira Kleiman and is now a full-throated effort to diminish Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig Wright before his BSV technology can achieve mainstream acceptance.
Bitcoin History series Part 3 delves into the split of BTC Core and Cash (BCH), and how the “Bitcoin” name was retained by the more limited chain, and the big blockers agreed haphazardly to fight for dominance on the worst metric possible: price.
Spanning almost 130 investments, the company reported summaries of the performance of its positions since 2016, providing a basis for comparison of the health of the industry from then until now.