Member Since 2022
I have 15+ years of experience in software development, entrepreneurship cloud mining, blockchain, DeFi and cybersecurity. A pioneer in the decentralized finance industry, I founded CEX.IO in 2015 with the mission of making cryptocurrency more accessible to traders and investors around the globe. I started my career as a software developer and developed one of the world’s first Bitcoin mining algorithms. I hold a PhD in Economic Sciences with a specialty in money, finance and credit.
No industry’s immune to the effects of a bear market, and Web3 creators must adapt to weather the evolving economic conditions.
Crypto is a new frontier, and before taking steps, regulators need to learn its nuances, not just rely on historic precedents.
The ETH Merge is set to usher in multiple positive changes for crypto, and insiders need to be prepared.
The crypto industry might gain traction and win consumer confidence more quickly by learning some do’s (and don’ts) from traditional markets.
In July 2022, the Law Commission of England and Wales published a set of proposals aimed at protecting purchasers of digital assets like nonfungible tokens and cryptocurrencies. Citing the rapid growth in ownership and trading of NFTs and cryptocurrencies, the commission worked with legal experts, technologists and crypto users to develop a set of recommendations that includes the creation of a new, unique category of personal property for digital assets and clarifications to existing laws around ownership, control and transfer of digital assets. The goal, the commission says, is to “deliver wider recognition and legal protections for digital assets, allowing a more diverse range of people, groups and companies to interact online and benefit from them.”
Blockchain technology is about much more than cryptocurrency; its current and potential uses could permanently transform multiple industries.
Building momentum in a crypto marketing role can only come through a deep understanding of the space.
To garner more adoption, the DeFi industry must proactively address both actual and perceived barriers to entry.
The digital asset space has acquired a reputation for being overly complicated, and it doesn’t have to be that way.
Blending strong customer service with a commitment to transparency can help new and growing crypto businesses earn market trust.
Both newcomers and industry experts need to be aware of the presence of bad actors in crypto and be cautious in extending trust.
Crypto leaders’ toughest challenge may be countering the widespread misinformation circulating about the industry.
Crypto comes with many unknowns, and it’s essential to find ways to help those new to the space.Launching a new business in any industry is a challenge, but in a new space like crypto, the unknowns can be particularly daunting. There has been a lot of digital ink spilled about the industry in recent months, but with much of it geared toward insiders, newcomers may be feeling lost.Top that with the scramble for talent that’s happening across industries, and jumping into crypto may seem impossible for someone who has enthusiasm, but lacks the tech expertise. Pinning down what’s keeping newcomers out, and working together on solutions, is a vital role for those already winning in the industry. Below, 11 members of Cointelegraph Innovation Circle share the barriers they’ve observed and potential solutions.
What someone has done in crypto is important, but why they have done it may be even more so.Whether you’re searching for a new partner or employee or just looking to build your network, due diligence is particularly important in the crypto space. Newcomers may need more time to come to grips with the industry’s nuances and potential, and there are also unscrupulous actors interested only in a quick profit.The members of Cointelegraph Innovation Circle know both the positive indicators and the warning signs to look for. Below, 12 of them discuss the signs that show them someone is a crypto connection worth pursuing.
Founded in 2013, CEX.IO works to connect people and businesses with opportunities in cryptocurrencies and decentralized finance. Our global ecosystem includes a market-leading exchange and offers 360-degree services to crypto market participants, including retail and enterprise crypto holders, as well as professional traders and financial institutions. The dedicated CEX.IO team includes over 350 global professionals across offices in the U.K., U.S, Gibraltar and Cyprus, with R & D centers located in other geographies. For more information, visit CEX.IO.