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The launch of BMEX was delayed earlier this year because of market conditions, but the exchange’s CEO wants to get it launched before the end of 2022.
A traditional liberal arts education may not yet afford students the ability to exclusively major in cryptocurrency. However, because it’s an interdisciplinary subject, several professors are finding ways to incorporate Web3 concepts into their coursework.
Alongside the fresh capital, the company will be introducing its loyalty token, JCOIN.
Indian Exchange WazirX has laid off 50 to 70 people out of a workforce of around 150, according to people familiar with the matter.
Crypto-curious students find valuable hands-on experience and empowerment in policy elections, a typically low-participation area of the Web3 ecosystem
“College Admission” is a performance art NFT collection that takes a critical lens to the student loan debt crisis and the shame it causes borrowers.
There’s no such thing as “crypto law.” So why are so many people studying it? This article is part of CoinDesk’s “Education Week.”
As NFT winter deepens, Flip says its new fantasy league will still provide traders the “sweet adrenaline” of flipping JPEGs.
The largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization rose over $20,000 at one point in choppy trading; ether ticks upward. Market Wrap is CoinDesk’s daily newsletter diving into what happened in today’s crypto markets.