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Based in Seoul, Bangkok and Phnom Penh, Paul de Havilland, a fan of disruptive technologies, is an experienced stock trader and a provider of consultancy services for investors in both traditional and new asset classes. Follow him on Twitter @pauldehav

April 11, 2018 by Paul de Havilland 0 Comment
Barclays Bewilders Investors with Baffling ‘Bitcoin Infection’ Analysis

Barclays Plc has injected pure idiocy into the bitcoin price speculation game with analogies to infectious diseases. Comparing the adoption...

April 10, 2018 by Paul de Havilland 0 Comment
BitGrail Tail No Longer Wagging the Nano Dog: Devs to Cough up $1 Million for Lawsuit

The Nano Foundation, the team behind Nano XRB, have announced they are offering to help pursue Francesco “The Bomber” Firano...

April 9, 2018 by Paul de Havilland 0 Comment
Is Ripple Doomed to Fail? A Trickle of Bad News Casts Shadow

During the prolonged bear market that has engulfed cryptocurrencies over the past few months, Ripple Labs Inc.’s XRP has suffered...

April 6, 2018 by Paul de Havilland 0 Comment
Japan Sets the Standards: The Carrot, the Stick, and the Horse

With an estimated half of all bitcoin trading conducted against the Japanese Yen, Japan has been both early adopters of...

April 5, 2018 by Paul de Havilland 0 Comment
Sharks Circling, Francesco Firano Emerges from Self-imposed Exile With … Nothing to Say

With no social media update since a March 15th announcement of the impending reopening of disgraced Italian exchange BitGrail, Francesco...

March 20, 2018 by Paul de Havilland 0 Comment
BitGrail Set to Re-open Amid Sea of Controversy

With controversial Italian exchange BitGrail set to re-open only months after an alleged hack of $195 million USD worth of...

March 14, 2018 by Paul de Havilland 0 Comment
No Longer Setting the Trends: Crypto Activity in China Is Increasingly Rare

Once a major player in cryptocurrencies, China has made recent moves to ban ICOs and force out mining operations, as...

March 12, 2018 by Paul de Havilland 0 Comment
As Issues Arise, the MoneroV Fork Is Postponed for 6 Weeks

Originally slated for around March 14th, the MoneroV (XMV) hard fork from Monero (XMR) has been postponed by six weeks....

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