Cryptocurrency in the news: #14

I have been pretty busy this past week on China-related activities, but below are some interesting stories, projects and companies I came across concerning the growing cryptocurrency ecosystem.

Of particular interest is the follow-up piece from Preston Byrne (one of the lawyers who helped me with Chapter 2, hire him, he’s brilliant): Bitcoin and the English legal system, part II

Probably the weirdest article was this one calling for Dogecoin to become the “national” currency of Venice (due to a historical spelling similarity).  If this doesn’t illustrate “jumping the shark,” I don’t know what else can.  But then again, I’m just one market participant.

Thanks to Petri Kajander and Andrew White for several of the links:

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