Highlighting what went right, and what went wrong, in this week’s crypto news analysis.
Copper’s big news last week was the stunning new custody application feature called Optical air-gapping. You can read more about it below and on the Copper Insights page, but suffice it to say Copper has created the safest way to sign a transaction, ever.
Elsewhere in crypto, while regulators continue to mull over the correct path, reaction to the CBOE not renewing BTC futures has been overblown. Noelle Acheson at Coindesk reminds us not to start reading tea leaves.
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Copper announced the exclusive new custody feature enabling multi-sig transaction signing while maintaining a true air-gap with offline machines
The method uses multiple encrypted QR codes which cycle and give the appearance of animation
Despite the massive $740mn valuation, Bakkt has yet to release a product owing to delays with regulators
Sources say the CFTC is unimpressed by Bakkt’s plan to self-custody client BTC in order to settle physical futures contracts
A new report shows the incredible (almost unbelievable) growth in the number of insurers who claim bitcoin and blockchain expertise
Looking at Linkedin profiles over a two year period, the number of blockchain experts exploded from just 96 to nearly 30,000
Gas fee hits
, indicating the network is nearly at capacity
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Crypto Twitter’s favourite lawyer on next steps for the
Explaining the difference between BTC's PoW and
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