Thought Leaders & More

Adopt a Venezuelan Family: Using Blockchain for Good.

Garden of Crypto is committed to spreading awareness of how blockchain can be used for good. Learn more about how you can help feed victims of socialist regimes.

by Emmanuel Lai  |  Apr 30, 2019
Is Blockchain the Answer? Pros and Cons.

Blockchain has the power to both disrupt and destroy. When is blockchain right for your organization, and what are some of its limitations?

by Emmanuel Lai  |  Apr 17, 2019
Social Scalability

Take a deep dive with us as we go into what makes societies operate, and what can be done to make them operate even more efficiently on a larger scale.

by William Glynn  |  Mar 19, 2019
Why Most Cryptocurrencies and ICOs Fail.

There is no doubt that blockchain technology is capable of revolutionizing the way we exchange money and do finance. However, much of this potential remains unrealized. What could be the cause of its failure?

by Emmanuel Lai  |  Mar 01, 2019
+ CEO Roger Ver Considers Making a Crypto Exchange CEO Roger Ver considers launching his own exchange to boost favored cryptocurrency Bitcoin Cash.

by Marianne White  |  Oct 25, 2018
Journalism and Cryptocurrency

A journalist at the Wall Street Journal decided it was time that he truly understood the nitty gritty of this emerging industry. In his pursuit he created WSJCoin, but it was quickly shutdown.

by Hermione Daguin  |  Oct 23, 2018
Can it Scale?

Crypto projects have been plagued by one of the key venture capital questions, "Can it scale"? Read about the problem and learn about the potential solutions.

by Jamesa Brown  |  Oct 22, 2018
Delayed Proof-of-Work

This concept can equip any blockchain with the security of Bitcoin’s monumental PoW hashpower, but the energy efficiency of a Proof of Stake coin.

by William Glynn  |  Oct 21, 2018
Celebrities and Ripple

From rappers to politicians, and everything in between, celebrities have been jumping into crypto. This project in particular has seemed to gather their support, but why?

by Jamesa Brown  |  Oct 13, 2018
Blockchain and Africa

When banks turn their backs on impoverished people, the people turn to crypto. Find out how cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology has affected African nations for the better.

by Jamesa Brown  |  Oct 10, 2018
Why is Privacy Important?

Tech darlings are fighting each other to collect as much user data as they can. Who will care for your privacy when you become their product?

by Jamesa Brown  |  Oct 07, 2018
Bitcoin Crash

The cryptocurrency bubble has popped and has left many advocates doubting themselves. In their doubt they've returned to the fundamentals. Are they still as sound as they were before?

by Tianyu Wu  |  Sep 29, 2018
My Journey as a Writer

Writing about a topic that you have never learned about is a difficult task that requires a fair amount of courage. This writer shares her writing experience and offers advice for new writers.

by Avery Angelman  |  Sep 25, 2018
ETFs will make investing in cryptocurrencies easier, but at what cost?

The past month has seen the Twitter Cryptoverse explode with heated debate over the possibilities of a Bitcoin ETF. But what is an ETF? And why does it matter for Bitcoin?

by Hermione Daguin  |  Sep 20, 2018
How I Succeeded as a Cryptocurrency Writer, Despite Having Little Prior Experience

Great advice on how to push forward from one of our most consistent writers.

by Avery Angelman  |  Sep 12, 2018
Wolf of Wall Street Astounded by Bitcoin Price Increase - Denounces it as Merely a “Scam”

It looks like the Wolf of Wall Street lost his sharp senses while in prison. Now he's yapping away at Bitcoin and it's issues. Do his arguments have any merit? Or is he once again looking for attention?

by Marianne White  |  Sep 10, 2018
What Paul Krugman Overlooks about Cryptocurrency

Renown economist Paul Krugman has had several issues with Bitcoin over the years, but he recently gave some new ones. What are his new issues and should they be something to worry about?

by Vern Napolitano  |  Sep 06, 2018
Is the West Facing Another Financial Crisis?

College has always been a step on the path to the American Dream. However, the rate at which student loans are rising has many people alarmed. Could student loans cause the next financial crisis?

by Joshua Cunningham  |  Aug 26, 2018
Crypto: A Young Person’s Game

Young people are always interested in trying out new things, so it comes as no surprise that the majority of crypto advocates are between the ages of 25-34. Should the young be listened to?

by Max Villagomez  |  Aug 14, 2018
The Rise of Xapo

Hackers love targeting cryptocurrency users because of how poorly they protect their coins. Xapo has taken security to the next level by storing the coins they hold in underground safes.

by Corey Hoffman  |  Aug 13, 2018