Tag Archives: Crypto Long & Short

04Oct/20

Crypto Long & Short: Coinbase’s ‘Apolitical’ Stance Isn’t Nearly as Simple as It Sounds

As if the ructions of the year aren’t giving us enough cause to re-examine things we thought we understood, now we find ourselves questioning what a company is for, and what roleRead More…

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20Sep/20

Meet in the Middle: Crypto Companies and Banks Are Evolving Together

Some say that meaningful change happens gradually. Others insist it erupts unexpectedly. This week, we saw that both are true.  Earlier this week, the Wyoming Banking Board voted to approve the applicationRead More…

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06Sep/20

Crypto Long & Short: What Investors Get Wrong About Volatility (and Not Just for Crypto)

In a week in which we are yet again reminded how sharply sentiment can shift in crypto asset markets, it’s appropriate to look at the role volatility plays in our narratives, our portfoliosRead More…

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09Aug/20

Crypto Long & Short: 51% Attacks and Open-Source Value

Human ingenuity finds a way around limitations. Sometimes these limitations are obstacles in the way of progress, and creative thinking comes up with new paths. Sometimes these limitations are a lack ofRead More…

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21Jun/20

Crypto Long & Short: What Changed My Mind About Bitcoin Narratives

One of the things I most enjoy about working in the crypto sector (apart from my awesome colleagues and the constant flow of fascinating change) is the level of debate. I’m notRead More…

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07Jun/20

Crypto Long & Short: Bitcoin’s Quiet Progress Is Pointing Toward a Better Future

The tensions that have spilled over into the streets of U.S. cities this week are a heartbreaking expression of a long-standing problem that has the whole world in its grip. Inequality isRead More…

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04May/20

Crypto Long & Short: Why Bitcoin’s Big Rally Is a Sign of Its Economic Resilience

Economic growth figures are starting to trickle in, and, as expected, they’re bad. Really bad. This past week the U.S. reported Q1 GDP growth as -4.8%. Italy’s GDP fell -4.5%, Spain came in at -5.2%, and France trumped that withRead More…

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