The now-arrested crypto king had long said he wanted Washington to wise up about the industry. That’s finally happening.
The fall of FTX shocked everyone. Except this guy.
He was lauded for his major donations to Democrats, but now he says he was secretly giving to Republicans in roughly equal measure.
The sins of FTX aren’t the only problem the crypto world needs to pay for.
Don’t believe anyone who says the FTX crash was the regulators’ fault.
Sam Bankman-Fried was a member of two cults: one I have criticized, and one I belong to.
The disgraced crypto titan has nothing left to say. That isn’t stopping him.
The swift downfall of Sam Bankman-Fried brings unnecessary suspicion on a valuable form of philanthropy.
The industry is having a midlife crisis.
By putting off demands from cryptocurrency entrepreneurs and Wall Street, Washington protected the financial system.
The industry’s latest meltdown is not like all the rest.
Long before the NFT boom or the Web3 backlash, an unglamorous movement was under way. Where does it stand now?
The cat’s out of the bag on crypto regulations, forcing some companies to choose between their principles and their profits.
For everyone who bet big on last year’s NFT boom, Uncle Sam’s bill is coming due.
Are we living through a replay of the ’90s, when most people just didn’t get “this internet thing”?
Will the big promises of Web3 and crypto ever come to fruition? Or will it all turn out to be a fever dream?
The internet has always financialized our lives. Web3 just makes that explicit.
Web3 is making some people very rich. It’s making other people very angry.
Somehow, star endorsements have found a new low.
Young, progressive listeners are making a stink about carbon-torching NFTs. But will greener versions be enough to get them on board?