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Paul de Havilland is a fan of disruptive technologies, an active VC investor in promising startups (with exits exceeding $10M), and has experience covering both traditional and emerging asset classes. His passion is violin and opera - he is a long-time student of a protege of Placido Domingo. Follow him on Twitter @pauliedehav

February 10, 2019 by Paul de Havilland 0 Comment
Ameen Soleimani Spanks Ethereum, Suggests Leadership

Ameen Soleimani has given Ethereum developers a spanking over their slow progress in upgrading the network. The SpankChain CEO launched...

February 9, 2019 by Paul de Havilland 0 Comment
A Scrum, The Lightning Network, and the Return of the Maximalist

Coinscrum, the long-running London-based conference, had always been a bitcoin maximalist event. While altcoins were introduced into discussions for an...

February 7, 2019 by Paul de Havilland 0 Comment
FAANG Appeal Fades As CRACKS Appear

FAANG stocks have dominated the NASDAQ landscape for the best part of a decade. That landscape is bound to change,...

February 5, 2019 by Paul de Havilland 0 Comment
Blockchain? No Such Thing–Timechains Are the Future

In a striking interview with BABB colleague Annie Mellor, CTO Gaurav Rana argued that blockchain is a poor descriptor for...

February 4, 2019 by Paul de Havilland 0 Comment
A Dead CEO, Lost Keys, and the Ire of Thousands of Canadians: Ernst & Young Has its Hands Full

Ernst & Young will be appointed by the Canadian Apex Court on February 5th to investigate the intrigue surrounding Canada’s...

February 3, 2019 by Paul de Havilland 0 Comment
Jack Dorsey Sees Crypto as the Money of the Internet. But Will It Be Bitcoin?

With his CashApp growing quickly behind Square to begin encroaching on PayPal and Venmo, Jack Dorsey believes crypto will become...

February 3, 2019 by Paul de Havilland 0 Comment
‘Inevitably the Future of Money’ – 7 Reasons For Cryptoptimism

For Nigel Green, founder and chief executive of the deVere Group, cryptocurrency is “inevitably the future of money”. And the...

February 1, 2019 by Paul de Havilland 0 Comment
Self-Serving World Gold Council Report Lambasts Crypto in Missing the Point Fallacy

The World Gold Council has presented a scathing--and self-serving--criticism of cryptocurrencies. “The Authority on Gold” argues there are a number...