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Cryptoland: a refuge for scammers or land of the brave?
If you’re going to quit air travel for the sake of the planet, you should also quit Netflix and Youtube.
Sometimes it takes an artist fascinated by tech systems to reveal how capital structure affects everything.
The great hack documentary; politicians and blocking on Twitter; time to start forgiving student loans; plus much more...
The British Airways fine shows why customer details are no longer a costless asset
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If surveillance society is so effective, why are costs going up?
Amazon is watching; Nobody searches for brand names on Amazon anyway and Amazon's liabilities just got much bigger; plus much more (non Amazon) stuff too...
FCA proposes ban on sale of crypto-derivatives to retail consumers
Cbanks are learning the only effective way to manage fintechs is to give them a stake in the systems they are trying to disrupt, while puncturing their floats.
The BIS outlines why the issue isn't whether big tech techniques are effective; it's whether they are desirable.
SWIFT gets right to the point.
Plus, a text-based follow-up on his views about Facebook's Libra.
When Trump tax cuts go wrong; mobile phones and horns; Tesla autopilot misconceptions; plus much more...
We've done the reading so you can impress at dinner parties
Is it transparent enough? And why is it called Libra anyway?
We've done the reading so you can impress at dinner parties.
Facebook takes a page out of JPMorgan and the Fed’s playbook; attempts to create a global digital reserve.
History teaches us that when credit systems are replaced with payment systems, economies are starved of liquidity.
While investigating bitcoin transaction fees, this reporter got stung with a $3.1 fee. Yes really.
Nearly two years after the introduction of a coding fix called SegWit intended to help scale bitcoin, transaction fees collected by miners are on the rise again...
A legal case involving Lufthansa's Miles & More scheme could set an important precedent for how air miles are treated.
F is for FUDsters.
Shadow cast over former chief Blythe Masters’ call to take the technology seriously