The GLASS Blog

Europe’s data privacy laws pose problems for public blockchains

December 5, 2018
The very law designed to protect privacy may be the very thing that undermines the technology designed to protect privacy
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Top crypto bank faces big test on Wall Street

November 28, 2018
You can’t completely isolate cryptocurrencies, however risky and volatile, from the broader economy. Sooner or later, the two will come together.
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Could stablecoin push the feds to issue digital money?

November 21, 2018
Should stablecoins and their corresponding reserves gain enough size and traction, they could challenge the influence of the world’s largest reserve currency in the U.S. dollar
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Could security tokens offer a lifeline to early stage companies?

November 14, 2018
In recent years, seed/early stage deals have been drying up. Security tokens could provide a lifeline to startups that depend on this capital
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Goodbye initial coin offerings. We hardly knew ye

November 7, 2018
For the sake of clarity and transparency, we should just embrace STO and the regulations that come with it
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Are “smart contracts” the same thing as legal contracts? Depends on whom you ask.

October 31, 2018
Like any new technology, the widespread adoption of smart contracts depends on the creation of a common set of both technical and legal standards.
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For better or worse, token market tied to Bitcoin volatility. Perhaps GLASS will eventually change that.

October 24, 2018
By virtue of being the world’s first major cryptocurrency, Bitcoin influences the markets for other digital coins.
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GLASS network seeks to realize the potential of cryptocurrencies

October 17, 2018
For technology to generate the maximum amount of good for the maximum amount of people, idealism must eventually give away to the logic of a modern economy.
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