Reddit group r/wallstreetbets will allow a limited amount of crypto discussion, as it seeks to accommodate members in the community without detracting from its stock market focus.
A crypto-funded TV comedy series intends on releasing a full episode as an NFT.
Former BitMEX CEO Arthur Hayes has called on all legacy traders to “opt-out” of legacy trading platforms and embrace the “Crypto Capital Markets.”
Some Republican members of the House Financial Services Committee want to look into Reddit’s ties to Chinese tech conglomerate Tencent and Robinhood rival Moomoo.
Dogecoin’s rise reflects the power of collective belief and a longing for a more ideal form of crypto.
The U.S. House Committee on Financial Services hearing will investigate issues around the recent trading surge for shares of GameStop and other companies.
The attorney joins Ben Schiller to consider the continuing fallout from the WallStreetBets controversy.
A reading of Ben Hunt’s latest essay for Epsilon Theory.
Caving to pressure from retail traders, South Korea’s ban on short-selling has been extended through May 2021.
It would be logistically challenging for Chinese retail investors to organize a short-selling campaign, especially with the authorities watching.