Lachlan is a journalist and producer at Forkast working from Melbourne, Australia. His work can be found in numerous magazines in Australia on topics ranging from culture to science. Lachlan holds a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Macleay College in Australia.
Crypto miners set to be snared by U.S. infrastructure bill
A landmark US$1 trillion infrastructure bill moved one step closer to becoming law on Sunday, notably without carve-outs for cryptocurrency miners and network validators. What does it mean for the industry?
Google lifts crypto advertising ban
In a long-awaited reversal of a 2018 policy decision, Google will allow crypto exchanges and wallets to advertise on its platform in the U.S. But not everyone’s happy.
Will Facebook’s metaverse future transform how we live online?
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Tether rejects claims of renewed scrutiny over suspected bank fraud
World’s largest stablecoin dismisses report suggesting possibility of U.S. investigation, despite claims of recent Justice Department interest and track record of legal woes.
Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin to star with Mila Kunis in NFT-based show
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Axie Infinity fans play their way to payday as game token prices soar
Play-to-earn game Axie Infinity has caught the blockchain community’s attention in the past few months as the price of its governance token has kept rising. Now it’s hit an all-time high, players are earning some serious money.
Reserve Bank of Australia is exploring a CBDC — despite skepticism
The Reserve Bank of Australia is researching the implementation of a central bank digital currency — despite not seeing a need for it.
Bull run or BS? Where will crypto markets go after the Bitcoin crash?
Soaring BTC and altcoin prices earlier this year drew in new investors, who now worry about the current slump. Will crypto prices rise again, or are modest valuations here to stay?