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When a government wants to exercise greater control over some sphere, the narrative (or the framing of the argument) it is trying to set is important. Ceteris paribus, most human beings prefer less

While on the run from the IRS, cryptocurrency advocate and influencer John McAfee is campaigning for the 2020 United States presidential elections.

Today, January 23rd 2019, the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published a consultation paper titled “Guidance on Cryptoassets”. In the 50-page document, the financial regulator offered “guidance for crypto assets in order to

Karl Marx's "The Communist Manifesto" and "The Capital" are two of the most influential books in modern history. It's thanks to these writings that leaders in the Western world have tamed capitalism to

You may remember the “reverse IPO”—the most controversial IPO of the Internet boom—whereby a private company acquires a public company to bypass the lengthy public securities offering process

On November 5th, the United States put into effect the harshest round of sanctions on Iran to date, scaling back Tehran’s ability to do business with foreign entities significantly. As a result of these

With an abundance of energy provided by the mighty Itaipú dam in Paraguay; a dilemma arises. Should the country invest in the sprouting crypto-mining industry, or invest in tackling the country’s immediate poverty?

Wyoming is a mountainous, sparsely-populated rectangle located in the middle of the United States. Despite its landlocked position, many Wyomingites are laying legal foundations to make it a harbor for the virtual world.

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