Richard Rosenblum, co-founder of GSR, points out the lackluster growth in listed options hides the real action taking place in OTC hedges.
A meetup in Scotland afforded a forensic examination of bitcoin’s rollercoaster cycle – with plenty of examples of the emotional trauma that accompanied the ride.
In December, we invited two fund managers, both long bitcoin and other crypto assets, for a CoinDesk Research webinar on lending and staking. Jordan Clifford of Scalar Capital and Kyle Samani of Multicoin Capital joined us to discuss how they evaluate risk and returns in crypto lending and staking, what crypto assets’ risk-free rate might look like, and what DeFi needs to do to attract investors and new users.
The “Bitcoin Blast” app is back on the Google Play store, though Google still hasn’t clarified why it was taken down in the first place.
MERJ, the only licensed stock exchange in the Seychelles, plans to list ethereum tokens representing shares in supercars issued by CurioInvest, starting with a $1.1 million Ferrari.
Yesterday Chainlink released price reference data for 25 of its decentralized oracle networks which, together, power more than $100m in DeFi.
We’ve got the ‘hawt’ new single from Tesla CEO Elon Musk and as bitcoin ends its best January ever, traders eye a price move above the psychological level of $10,000.
Ethereum miners are hoarding ether tokens, and this could indicate high confidence in the project.
Hardware wallet provider Ledger has erected a digital billboard over London’s Canary Wharf financial hub reading “let’s take back control for real,” taking a jab at the pro-Brexit rhetoric of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the day the U.K. formally leaves the European Union (EU). In a press release shared with CryptoSlate, Ledger said […]
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Bitcoin startup Casa is charging into 2020 with a new look – by winding down its hardware product and shuffling its front office.