OnlyFans' decision (now reversed) to ban porn reveals the arbitrary power of banks to delist products they don't like.
If you're going to warn people about stablecoins by citing 19th century history, you should at least include the full record, says our columnist.
All signals indicate the greatest shakeup in the geographic makeup of bitcoin mining since the start of the industrial mining era.
The Bukele administration should consider not enforcing, or eliminating, Article 7 of its new law. Let Bitcoin flourish on its own merits.
Miners have begun to promote "clean bitcoin" with guarantees on climate, KYC and and OFAC compliance. But are such coins even possible?
Extrapolating Bitcoin's future energy use based on its current profile leads to some very screwy numbers, says our columnist.
The comparison between Bitcoin and Visa's energy use, reached several highly misleading conclusions, our columnist says.
Defending deplatforming as the right of private companies assumes that truly private companies are possible. They may not be.
Proposals forcing stablecoin issuers to get banking licenses won't increase financial inclusion, as their proponents claim.