The crypto community got some mixed messages from DC in 2019. The government went after Libra, fined EOS, filed a lawsuit against Kik, and blocked Telegram from distributing its token. Some members of government were more supportive of crypto – including SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce, who called for a safe harbor for crypto projects, so tokens meeting specified criteria could be traded more freely, enabling a more open crypto ecosystem. As we approach the new decade, this – and other encouraging signals — give me confidence in the long-term viability and success of token sales.
In the cryptocurrency space, major assets like Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash are generally focused on transactions or payments. However, Ethereum, the 2nd largest virtual asset in the market, also has its own platform where [… more …]
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The following is a viewpoint by Kevin Stevens, partner at Intelis Capital, an early-stage venture capital firm investing in the digitization of analog industries. Until recently, access to data on blockchain experiments in the energy sector has [… more …]