When China banned cryptocurrency mining and trading, many saw it as putting an end to a burgeoning industry in the world’s second-largest economy. As it turned out, the country’s crypto i
Kentucky and mining-focused businesses alike have reaped benefits from legislation to incentivize bitcoin miners to establish roots in the southeastern state.
The crypto tax element of the $1 trillion U.S. infrastructure bill is not clearly written, and the government risks squashing a burgeoning part of the economy.
Bitmain, the Chinese crypto miner maker, looks like it has reached an interesting point in its pathway to going public. There’s been little heard since the company filed to go public in Hong Kon
Jeremy Rubin Contributor Share on Twitter Jeremy Rubin is currently a technical advisor to Stellar, a Bitcoin Core Contributor, investor and advisor to early-stage crypto startups, starting a company