Michael McSweeney

Michael McSweeney

Michael McSweeney has worked in crypto media since 2014, including editorships at CoinDesk and The Block. In his spare time, he writes fiction and plays disc golf. Contact Michael at [email protected].
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It seems we’ve just traded scam accounts that pretend to be Musk for scam accounts that act like crypto industry leaders

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The Boston Globe reports that lawyer John Deaton is weighing a possible bid

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A decade’s worth of meme evolution has led us to weird, wrong takes amid the 2024 presidential election

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The report, by Anza, detailed the technical issue behind the Tuesday stoppage

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BTC’s price began to surge during late-afternoon trading hours in the US

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When crypto prices go up, suddenly everyone becomes a target

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The ETF approvals come as the SEC pursues a multi-front strategy of crypto oversight and rule-changing

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Multiple spot bitcoin ETFs went live Thursday morning

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Public statements from four of the SEC’s five-member leadership team suggest a contentious debate over today’s approval

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Neither Chair Gary Gensler’s X account nor the SEC’s official account, which had been “compromised” Wednesday, had posted an update

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Elsewhere, the Telos Foundation tapped a new executive director

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Plus, Cathie Wood’s Ark Invest celebrated the new year with more COIN sales

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The anniversary comes amid rampant speculation about a US spot bitcoin ETF approval

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Bitcoin is in the green today after a price jump above $45,000.

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Don’t be surprised if the American public doesn’t rush out to buy a bitcoin ETF

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Testimonies about JPY payments via PayPal appeared on the Mt Gox creditor subreddit in the past day

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Developers blamed “a significant surge in traffic” for the problem

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Satoshi Nakamoto was last on the BitcoinTalk forum on Dec. 13

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They’re just like baseball cards, according to Trump’s NFT website