Hannah Finnerty

Hannah Finnerty

Hannah Finnerty is a Chicago-based copy editor for Blockworks. Prior to joining Blockworks, she worked for the Citizens Utility Board in Chicago and interned on the Foreign Desk at The National in Abu Dhabi, UAE. She graduated from Bowling Green State University with a degree in journalism and Middle Eastern studies. Contact Hannah at [email protected]

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A Web3 experience with zero gas fees has an infinite scale similar to current Web2 applications

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Dark pools played an instrumental role in the lead-up to the 2021 crypto market bull run, but their influence will likely evolve with consolidating liquidity

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The metaverse is expanding what it means to be an architect

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Gauntlet manages market risk for many top DeFi protocols and argues that DAOs can benefit by ensuring their service providers have skin in the game

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Everything you need to know to navigate the cold winds of a crypto winter

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A crypto sale always triggers a taxable event — the IRS requires that you report any gains even if it is made in an alternative digital asset

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Buenos Aires plans to deploy and operate Ethereum validators next year, the city government says

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Impermanent loss is when a token’s price change causes your share in a liquidity pool to be worth less than the present value of your deposit. It is considered impermanent because you can recover the loss if the token pair returns to the initial exchange rate. — Amberdata

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A DAO’s ability to harness the wisdom of crowds depends entirely on how it is structured and the characteristics of its members

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The coexistence of CBDCs and stablecoins look increasingly likely as central bankers indicate a preference toward a wholesale CBDC.

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A crypto liquidity crunch is what happens when platforms lack the liquid supply of cash reserves and 1:1 convertible stablecoins needed to meet demand without collapsing market prices

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The unbanked care more about putting food on the table than anything else — Wallex believes crypto can help in a meaningful way, but it’s more than just offering a crypto address

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In response to the growing concerns around crypto lending yields, many are seeking out staking as an alternative

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The Ethereum Merge is a multi-year event designed to upgrade the blockchain from a proof-of-work to a proof-of-stake consensus mechanism

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Crypto usage in countries with unstable currencies could rise further if there’s a world downturn or if inflation continues to rise

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EUROC is the newest euro-pegged stablecoin and experts believe it can gain traction, eventually

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The Euro Coin (EUROC) will launch at the end of June and emulate Circle’s USDC, the second-largest stablecoin

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MiCA, the European landmark crypto law, is nearing the finish line in the EU’s long negotiation process

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Corporations are in an arms race to provide immediate 24/7 global settlements, and stablecoins are the solution

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Developers behind the Aurora protocol acknowledged they should have spotted the vulnerability much earlier

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The government rejected two bills to tax crypto gains in 2022, but a new bill is already on the books to tax and regulate cryptoassets in the near future

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How to get started in crypto as an institutional investor, sponsored by Cryptex Finance

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From Brazil to England, crypto companies are spreading their wings in the sports world, ranging from soccer to Formula 1

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Crypto credit cards give users a direct line of credit by using your digital assets as collateral, removing the need for a credit check