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I am living in Mexico, new tech enthusiast, decentralization fan, cryptocurrency enthusiast, geopolitical junkie, digi-explorer, and music lover. I believe that we are on the cusp of a new frontier in how we will view the government, money and energy.

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Venezuela often sparks the curiosity of crypto-enthusiasts. Because of the country’s economic woes and out-of-control hyperinflation, cryptos have penetrated into Venezuela’s mainstream as a solution. And while the rate

In yet another blow to Bitcoin Exchange Trade Fund (ETF) hopes, the Chicago Board Options Exchange has withdrawn its application to list the VanEck SolidX Bitcoin Trust on the

The energy sector is in the midst of a technological revolution. From blockchain and the Internet of Things to decentralized power grids, energy tech is having its day in

France’s Yellow Vests have set their sights on the country’s financial institutions, with demonstrations planned outside of Rothschild in Lyon and talks of a large-scale ‘bank run’ gaining support. The

The crypto-sphere underwent a sort of transformation in 2018… Consider it the awkward teenage years of the burgeoning space. Bitcoin stumbled, struggling to find its place in the world. And regulators,

BitTorrent, the peer-to-peer file sharing platform, has launched a new cryptocurrency on the Tron blockchain, a move which Justin Sun suggests is a first step in building a decentralized

Intercontinental Exchange’s (ICE) Bakkt ambitions have hit a new milestone, with the project raising over $182.5 million from a number of high-profile investors. Bakkt, set to launch mid-January, is aiming

The two-and-a-half year Mt. Gox trial is nearing an end, and former CEO Mark Karpelès is sticking to his guns, denying the embezzlement and manipulation charges levied against him. A