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MARKETS DAILY: A North Korean Conspiracy and Top Hacks of 2019
Published on Dec 2, 2019
by Coindesk | Published on Coinage
Bitcoin smoked Amazon and Apple in the last decade, can it do the same in the 2020s?
Just ten years ago, Bitcoin was entirely irrelevant on a global scale, used by less than a few dozen individuals, who were transacting coins worth zilch on the open market in a peer-to-peer fashion.
Ethereum locked in DeFi hits all-time high, total deposits up 22,400 percent in two years
The amount of Ethereum locked in Decentralized Finance has hit an all-time-high after one of the most explosive months for deposits on record and is now up 22,400 percent since December 2017.
Cardano's founder supports Twitter's ambition for decentralized social media
Jack Dorsey, the founder and CEO of Twitter, revealed that the company will be spearheading an effort to create an open standard for decentralized social media.
What the Wild History of Digital Currency Tells Us About The Future
Finn Brunton is an assistant professor at NYU and the author of Digital Cash: The Unknown History of the Anarchists, Technologists, and Utopians Who Created Cryptocurrency and Spam: A Shadow History of the Internet.