'Predatory' Bots Exploiting Decentralized Crypto Exchanges: Report

Arbitrage bots are exploiting “inefficiencies” in decentralized exchanges (DEX), according to a report. Citing recent research from Cornell Tech, Homeland Security News Wire said on Monday that such cryptocurrency platforms are being used by “predatory users” to profit from everyday trades, “siphoning millions or possibly billions of dollars a year in cryptocurrency.” In some cases, high fees are paid to prioritize certain […]

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Wendy McElroy: Don’t Smash the State, Bypass the State

The Satoshi Revolution: A Revolution of Rising Expectations Section 5: Saving the World Through Anarchism Chapter 11, Part 7 Crypto Justice: Don’t Smash the State, Bypass the State. The 19th century individualist-anarchist Benjamin Tucker referred to anarchism as “society by contract.” The contracts could express any exchange, from leases to prostitution, from insurance policies to drug deals. The contracts would not […]

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Expect the SEC to Target More Token Exchanges After EtherDelta

The Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) settlement with the founder of EtherDelta is likely the first of many enforcement actions to come against crypto token exchanges. Until recently, the SEC’s scrutiny of the cryptocurrency industry largely focused on projects and teams that raised money through initial coin offerings (ICOs) in possible violation of securities laws. But a person familiar with the SEC’s […]

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A Decentralized Bitcoin Exchange That's Almost Decentralized

Of all the cryptocurrency projects describing themselves as “decentralized exchanges” (DEXs), Bisq may live up to the description better than most. Operating since 2017, when it was originally called Bitsquare, the Bisq DEX runs directly on the user’s computer, rather than a hosted site, as many of the self-described DEXs currently do. And while DEXs like Airswap and Everbloom are […]

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