CoinDesk’s New Opinion Section: The Future of the Financial System Is Up for Debate – CoinDesk

Announcing CoinDesk’s new opinion section, a place for discussions on the future of money and all the interesting questions that surround crypto and blockchain as ideas.  Starting today, CoinDesk will be publishing daily columnists such as Preston Byrne, Jill Carlson, Nic Carter, HASU, Stephanie Hurder, Jeff Dorman, JP Koning, Yorke Rhodes, Byrne Hobart, William Mougayar, […]

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Preston Byrne: Peirce’s Safe Harbor Proposal Would Be Hilarious if It Weren’t so Serious – CoinDesk

Preston Byrne, a columnist for CoinDesk’s new opinion section, is an attorney at Byrne & Storm, where he advises cryptocurrency miners, decentralized protocol developers, custom software development shops, and interactive computer services businesses. This is his bi-weekly column, “Not Legal Advice,” an opinionated roundup of bigger legal topics in the crypto space. And, yes, it […]

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No, a Blockchain Wouldn’t Have Prevented the Iowa Caucus Debacle – CoinDesk

Adam B. Levine is CoinDesk’s podcast editor. The views expressed are his own.  We’d be the first to tell you: No, a blockchain wouldn’t have prevented the voting debacle in Iowa. The question is inevitable, if at this point cringe-inducing. Inevitable because the problems that delayed the results of Monday’s Democratic presidential caucus are, conceptually, […]

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