The Wall Street Journal

Web 3.0Tech Giants Have Hijacked the Web. It’s Time for a Reboot

Capitalizing on the oceans of data produced by the web has turned Facebook and  Google into empires, but it hasn’t made the internet a more open place

Digital MoneyBrace for the Digital Money Wars

While bitcoin, the first successful cryptocurrency, was created to maintain anonymity in transactions, future digital currencies will be the opposite of anonymous.

Overstock Misses Out on Bitcoin Magic

Crypto Investing Comes With a Big Risk: the Exchanges

While scores of online exchanges have sprung up in the past two years as crypto prices surged, they typically bear little resemblance to the well-financed, better-regulated venues that enable investors to buy and sell stocks, bonds and commodities.

Cryptocurrency Firms Targeted in SEC Probe

A Crypto Website Changes Its Data, and $100 Billion in Market Value Vanishes

bitcoinFor Bitcoin, a Year Like No Other

In 2017, bitcoin became one of the market’s greatest speculative crazes. It remains to be seen whether it can live up to the hype.

Why Bitcoin? Why Now?

For most of its nine-year history, bitcoin has been a financial-markets sideshow, sneered at as a plaything of criminals. No longer: 2017 is the year the digital currency stole the spotlight.

Goldman Sachs Explores a New World: Trading Bitcoin

Forget an IPO, Coin Offerings Are the New Road to Startup Riches

Two obscure companies with no sales raised nearly $400 million combined in recent days from outside investors. How did they do it? Via a new, unregulated fundraising method that has no connection to Wall Street and is based in the world of cryptocurrencies.

Why You Won’t Be Buying a Coffee With Bitcoin Anytime Soon

Ethereum’s Flash Crash Shows Hazards of Trading Cryptcurrencies

The Virtual Currency War That Threatens to Tear Bitcoin Apart

With Whole Foods Deal, Amazon Either Changed the Game or Jumped the Shark

For Whole Foods, Amazon Spent More Than Its 20 Largest Deals – Combined

The Trump Trade Is Done

How a Bitcoin Clone Helped a Company Raise $12 Million in 12 Minutes

Hackers Just Stole $66,000 in Bitcoin. Now What?

The Big Bet Against the American Mall (podcast)

A Tale of Two Catalysts: French Elections and U.S. Economy

When the Efficient Market Isn’t Efficient, Investors Need to Adapt,

People Love Talking About Bitcoin More Than Using It

The Powerful ‘Undertow’ Still Keeping Inflation in Check

Bitcoin’s Big Day: From New Highs to a Bear Market