CBD Coffee Company Leverages Censorship-Resistant Nature of Crypto
On December 8, the U.S.-based coffee firm that uses cannabidiol (CBD) in its product, Crazy Calm, launched a promotion that aims to send $5 per order to the charity EatBCH. The founder of Crazy Calm, Matt Aaron, also detailed that ... read more.
The Coolest Jobs in Crypto
Meme Lord. Street artist. Unique startup founder. Feeder of the hungry. There's no end to the amount of cool jobs in crypto, and new uses for decentralized, peer-to-peer cash are limited only by the bounds of one's imagination. Whether finding ... read more.
BRD's Adam Traidman on New Products, Crypto Adoption, and Banking the Unbanked Into 2020
Breadwallet, later known as Bread, and now just as BRD, was the first crypto wallet in the App Store in 2014. Its non-custodial, open source and user-friendly nature saw it become very popular, now with nearly 3 million users worldwide. ... read more.
Denmark's Tax Authority Sends Warning Letters to 20,000 Crypto Owners
The tax authority of Denmark has reportedly sent out warning letters to 20,000 crypto owners asking them to amend their tax returns, pay taxes on crypto gains, or face penalties. The tax agency is demanding a full breakdown of their ... read more.
Sweden's Financial Authority Approves Swiss Crypto ETP Provider Amun
On December 10, Switzerland-based firm Amun AG announced the company’s base prospectus has been approved by the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (SFSA). The ETP provider said it has extensive plans to expand its digital asset ETPs throughout Europe, while Sweden ... read more.
Ross Ulbricht Uses Elliot Waves to Predict Bitcoin’s Trajectory From Behind Bars
Ross Ulbricht, serving life without parole for allegedly running the Silk Road marketplace, hasn’t allowed his detention to deprive him from monitoring bitcoin’s price action. In a new blog series titled Bitcoin by Ross, Ulbricht reveals that he is closely ... read more.
Italians Love Cash But Are Growing Fond of Crypto, New Stats Suggest
Italy, one of the world’s largest economies, has faced plenty of financial challenges in the past decade. That’s probably one of the reasons why cryptocurrencies have been faring better there than in other European countries. Italians love cash but are ... read more.