SVB’s mess could become stablecoins’ problem

After USDC depegged from $1 last week, many are questioning whether SVB’s collapse has bigger implications on the stablecoin ecosystem

Thoughts on the demise of Circle’s SPAC deal

Declining USDC in circulation means that the asset base from which Circle generates much of its revenue is also falling. That's a harder growth story to pitch.

Stablecoin demand maintains pace as other cryptocurrencies tumble

More investors are swapping cryptocurrencies for stablecoins, signaling a potential shift toward the less risky asset.

Do Kwon’s Terra trauma and drama lives to see another day

There are some events in your life that you look back on and think to yourself, “Wow, that was a really tough time.” We all have memories like that and I think the crypto community definit

5 investors explain why Latin America is poised to weather the crypto winter

From high poverty rates to low financial inclusion, there are common threads throughout LatAm that explain why trends such as play-to-earn crypto gaming have seen widespread adoption.

Terra resumes blockchain production after halting to prevent hacks amid UST crash

The halt means no new blocks are being generated on the blockchain network after its block height of 7603700, and holders can’t move their Terra assets until the blockchain is unfrozen.

Bitcoin’s value nears $30,000 mark as Luna Foundation Guard liquidates wallet

Bitcoin’s price is down more than 50% from its November 2021 peak and has fallen over 11% today, nearing the $30,000 mark, leaving many investors scrambling to figure out what’s going on.

Terra’s founder plans to back its stablecoin with a ‘basket’ of cryptocurrencies

These bitcoin purchases are just the beginning of Do Kwon and Terra’s larger road map to expand and integrate the TerraUSD stablecoin deeper into the crypto ecosystem.

Cryptocurrency payments key to lowering cross-border remittance charges and boosting microwork uptake in Africa, study shows

In the last one decade, a $1 billion jobs market — microwork — has emerged around technologies that split activities into piecemeal tasks to be completed by many people over the internet,