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By late 2013, it was clear crypto assets would be the future of finance. It was the first time bitcoin crossed $1,000. To the cypherpunks’ chagrin, central banks around the world began publishing warnings to curb the “decentralized genie” threatening the stability of the familiar system. First they ignore you, then they fight. Bitcoin’s rally stopped...
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Banks are moving into crypto and crypto companies are trying to become banks, so how does it all play out? On this edition of the weekly recap, NLW looks at the brewing battle to be the bitcoin and crypto bank of the future. He looks at three stories reporting banks getting into crypto (BBVA, Standard...
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As ANC secretary general Ace Magashule prepares to face the governing party’s integrity committee this weekend, ANC branches are scrambling to get their members registered by 15 December — the cut-off date for them to be included at its crucial regional and provincial conferences that kick off next month. Although President Cyril Ramaphosa has won...
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Throughout history, people have faced pandemics: the bubonic plague, smallpox, influenza, HIV and now Covid-19. Pandemics affect people of every creed, colour and class. But they do not affect everyone equally. These health crises expose the ugly fault lines within our societies. Inequality, marginalisation, poverty and other human rights barriers to healthcare dictate who gets...
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One reason I feel privileged to write about digital money is the ideas and technologies it seeks to disrupt aren’t just a few years or decades old. They date back centuries, even millennia. Like gold, for example.  As bitcoin’s price has soared to new all-time highs and a parade of big-name investment professionals such as...
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One sunny day, Tehran’s mayor and foreign diplomats rode bicycles through the Iranian capital to promote cycling — no mean feat in a city of steep roads, heavy traffic and toxic fumes. The metropolis of more than eight million people is choked with vehicles running on subsidised fuel and has limited infrastructure for alternative modes...
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Since the formal introduction of Ethereum in 2014, the network has exploded with products that allow users to transact directly with one another, without relying on a third party. One of the most common use cases is that of a decentralized exchange (DEX), an idea that dates back to Vitalik Buterin’s unveiling of Ethereum in...
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg deserved better than this.  The Supreme Court justice, who served the court from 1993 until her death on Friday, was a bastion of feminism and progressive values. Battling prejudice, cruelty and self-interest for decades. Right now we should be celebrating that. We should be using her example to remind ourselves, and our...
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Martha Lesu says the stress she endured at work was unbearable. After working for the same employer for five years, the domestic worker says her relationship with her boss’s daughter became strained.  “I was working with stress. But there is nothing you can do. Because if you are a breadwinner, you just say to yourself:...
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