The Coming Privacy Wars

The payments weren’t privatized through a mixer, but in those days, they didn’t need to be to fulfill their intended obfuscating function. All that changed when the New York Department of Financial Services introduced the BitLicense, whose reporting requirements made the bitcoin payments program unworkable in Afghanistan. In effect, NYDFS killed bitcoin privacy, which in … Read more

Bankrupt Crypto Lender Celsius Now Says It Likely Has Enough Cash to Last Through End of Year

According to Ferraro, since its last filing on July 29 Celsius has spent $40 million of its cash balance primarily on building out its mining site in Texas and on payroll. This week, the federal court presiding over Celsius’ bankruptcy proceedings approved the firm’s resumption of selling its mined bitcoin (BTC) to help pay operating … Read more

It Doesn’t Matter If They’re Wrong, Central Bankers Set Guidance for Crypto, Too

Sure, the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which central bankers and the Biden administration have noted to explain rising prices, wasn’t something anyone could have predicted, but that’s the point. In an economy that’s so heavily dependent on the broader, global economy, something unexpected happening is almost inevitable. Source link

Bitcoin cae a mínimo en dos meses y frustra expectativas de recuperación

Los precios de bitcoin subieron recientemente a casi $25.000 desde $22.800, con la esperanza de que la Reserva Federal reduciera las tasas de interés el próximo año. Las acciones también subieron, con el Nasdaq tocando un máximo de tres meses y medio, al tocar los 13.370 el miércoles. Sin embargo, los rendimientos de los bonos … Read more