"[Chinese tech firms] didn’t call them “cryptocurrencies,” and the digital currency makes their ecosystem all-the-more vibrant than those of U.S. technology firms."
"Cryptocurrencies have grown by leaps and bounds in the last decade since they came into being. They started from the periphery, but are now dominating debate at both policy and regulatory levels– something that was ...
“If you give legal value to information that is registered immutably on the blockchain, then you don’t need to pay $50 thousand every year just to have another company reconciling numbers.”
"Everyone knows the hackneyed saying that money does not grow on trees. However, in the 21st century, money certainly does grow on the Internet."