Kraken’s move to become a bank in Wyoming is more about getting traditional finance to adapt to the crypto industry than the other way around.
This week’s “Long Reads Sunday” reading is from macro analyst Lyn Alden and focuses on the inflation vs. deflation debate in historical context.
Matthew Leising’s new book, “Out of the Ether,” tells the story of the attack that almost brought down Ethereum. Here he talks with Dan Kuhn.
This week Kraken Financial became the first crypto company to receive a U.S. banking charter. Join CEO David Kinitsky for a look at what it all means and how it’ll work with hosts Adam B. Levine, Andreas M. Antonopoulos and Stephanie Murphy.
With Ethereum 2.0’s much-anticipated move to Proof-of-Stake getting closer, CoinDesk Research Analyst Christine Kim spoke with Ethereum developer Danny Ryan and Liz Steininger, CEO of blockchain security company Least Authority on what users and investors should expect.
After hitting a new all time high in volume, Curve will begin splitting fees between liquidity providers and CRV token holders on Saturday.
Kraken became the first crypto exchange to win a U.S. banking license this week. Here’s why that matters.
Kava Labs has launched its first application: a yield-generating decentralized finance (DeFi) platform for bitcoin and other non-Ethereum assets.
DeFi is short for “decentralized finance,” an umbrella term for Ethereum and blockchain applications geared toward disrupting financial intermediaries.
Decentralized finance, or DeFi, is captivating the crypto market, and that is causing weakness for bitcoin.