Venezuela Is a Testing Ground for Digital Dollarization (and Zelle Doesn’t Like It)
With their economy crumbling from hyperinflation, Venezuelans are finding new workarounds to get hold of digital dollars.
News media incentivized to tell the truth in a non-sensational manner is essential for beating racism and other injustice, says our columnist.
Technology and the law have traditionally been at odds, but with blockchain and antitrust policy there's potential for cooperation.
Removing monuments to fit the values of the day is not censorship. It is an act of speech in and of itself, says our columnist.
Crypto firms and banks are partnering at scale, part of the broader democratization of payments systems around the world.
Today's stablecoin market mirrors the “wildcat banking” era of the mid-1800s, when banks printed their own dollars. Like then, federal intervention is likely.