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Evan Ratliff's new article for Wired probes whether programmer turned real life supervillain Paul Le Roux might actually be Satoshi Nakamoto.
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Audius is building a decentralized platform for music inspired both by Soundcloud and private torrent trackers.
Is Libra a 'false flag' operation? Will it ever actually launch? Novogratz sold. Buying the top... again. Craig Wright's tears.
Did Libra pump Bitcoin? We go inside the bull run to nearly $14,000 and the subsequent 20% freefall.
Libra is launching with 27 node partners–most of them are big companies like Uber and Mastercard–but one of them is a small Brooklyn-based blockchain company called Bison Trails.
Aaron and Jay go deep on Libra.
Coinbase's Brian Armstrong writes an open letter to a friend who asked to borrow money, Facebook prepares to drop the GLOBALCOIN whitepaper.
Jay goes Ripple, TRON guy Justin Sun wins a lunch with Buffett at auction, no more nocoiner hubris.
Over the last two weeks Bitcoin has flash crashed, flash rallied, then rallied again. We revisit our "reasons why" from two weeks ago and discuss the bounce from the Kang Line to nearly 2.5x. Also, Jay bought Ripple for some reason.
How a giant sell order on Bitstamp brought down the Bitcoin market.