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Efforts are under way to protect the world’s financial networks from a quantum attack. But some question if the threat to crypto assets is really as existential as feared.
A crucial linchpin of the world’s financial plumbing is ripe for disruption
Payments company dives into hot new area of innovation in financial services
Putting new debt on modern technology could lead to substantial savings, bankers say
Blockchain projects that aim to cut out the middleman are growing so fast that regulators risk being overwhelmed
“This Treasury needs to create a safe space for cryptocurrency development.”
When buying the f**king dip means buying the BBQ sauce.
Our Dom is a massive tech bro and he wants you to know it.
Rather far off from the 100% it used to claim isn’t it?! But still, we now have “unrivaled transparency” AKA pie charts!
The legal grey areas in this field have opened up opportunities for lawyers to become trusted advisers
The venture, Bullish Global, is betting on decentralised finance disrupting traditional markets
Success of the ‘joke’ currency shows that we shouldn’t take cryptocurrencies too seriously
‘Internet computer’ project comes with a currency that starts trading on Monday
The company is about to allow bitcoin withdrawals to anywhere in the world for UK Metal account users.
Doge on the mooooon.
It allows for faster and safer settlement than the current monopolistic clearing houses
£9bn in child trust funds are maturing so let’s make it easier for their newly adult owners to carry on saving
Interested in owning an NFT art piece but stressed by the insatiable energy consumption of the blockchain? Artist Simon Denny possibly has the answer.
Be you, but make it blockchain.
A first-of-its-kind sale by Christie’s underscores mania for non-fungible tokens
Digital clips change hands for six-figure sums on NBA Top Shot, a venture marketed as sports memorabilia for the digital age
‘The islanders’ oral ledger was so effective that it could be seen as “an exemplary ancient analogue to blockchain”’
Those, and a risible correction.
Investors seeking bitcoin exposure in local markets face constraints
Upside: it’ll never die. Downside? Your love just might.