And some light summer reading.
Canada has a sudden interest in regulating cryptocurrency.
If you made up the Quadriga saga as a story about lost pirate treasure, the target audience would have to be about four, because eight year olds wouldn’t buy it.
“I hate these extremely rare occurrences of crypto exchanges getting hacked once a week.”
IOTA’s fan base are remarkable. Also: crypto market manipulation, and good pieces on Mt. Gox and Sergei Mavrodi.
Is it illegal to download a copy of the Bitcoin blockchain? Possibly.
Featuring the trailer from Effortless French, a.k.a. Mt. Gox the Movie.
What crashed the price of Bitcoin in December, January and February? The Mt. Gox exchange’s bankruptcy trustee selling off the remaining coins to reimburse creditors, looks like.
And remember: Mark did nothing wrong.
A short book on the collapse of Mt. Gox, based on the authors’ work over the past few years for the Daily Beast. The book badly needs an editor, but does have bits worth the read. Also, it’s cheap.