Jon Rice

Jon Rice
Honey Grove, Texas

Jon Rice

Former Editor-in-Chief
Honey Grove, Texas
Jon is the co-founder and former Editor in Chief at Crypto Briefing. He has also served as Editor in Chief at Cointelegraph and Blockworks. He likes to build things, especially communities. Jon advocates for inclusion, a diversity of ideas, and for truth in the crypto-sphere.
  • Final Letter From (This) Editor: How Crypto Survives

    Final Letter From (This) Editor: How Crypto Survives

    My final post as Co-founder and Managing Editor of Crypto Briefing: a warning to the industry, and a plea to look outwards for users.

    Business

  • 30% And Counting: Bitcoin Exterminates Traditional Asset Classes

    30% And Counting: Bitcoin Exterminates Traditional Asset Classes

    Bitcoin prices soared 33% on news that China's premier, Xi Jinping, wants to take blockstream mainstream in the world's second-largest economy.

    Markets

  • Binance.US Lists DOGE Trading Pair

    Binance.US Lists DOGE Trading Pair

    Binance.US has added Dogecoin (DOGE) to its nascent exchange, in addition to Zcash, Algorand, Dash and IOTA this week alone.

    Markets

  • Circle Bids Farewell To Poloniex: Poloniex Bids Farewell To The U.S.

    Circle Bids Farewell To Poloniex: Poloniex Bids Farewell To The U.S.

    Circle is spinning off its troubled Poloniex exchange, which will receive new Asian investment and bar US traders from the platform.

    Business

  • Blockchain-Friendly Minnesota Congressman To Head Fintech Task Force

    Blockchain-Friendly Minnesota Congressman To Head Fintech Task Force

    Rep.

    Business

  • $24 Million SEC Penalty: Block.one Spent More On A Domain Name

    $24 Million SEC Penalty: Block.one Spent More On A Domain Name

    After the SEC levied a fine of $24M on Block.one for conducting an alleged unregistered securities sale, crypto projects finally smiled.

    Business

  • A Shitcoin Index: The Most Overhyped Underperformers In Crypto?

    A Shitcoin Index: The Most Overhyped Underperformers In Crypto?

    If a shitcoin is an overhyped, underperforming crypto project that has few prospects and a whole bunch of Twitter bots, you'll find it here.

    Analysis

  • Insured Staking: How Much Longer Can Institutions Resist?

    Insured Staking: How Much Longer Can Institutions Resist?

    An attractive rate of return, plus insurance, plus the possibility of asset appreciation - what more do institutiuonal investors want?

    Business