Jeanhee has edited marquee features such as the Crain’s New York Business 40 Under 40, Fast 50 and Most Powerful Women. As a contributing editor for Forbes Asia in 2021 she edited the debut of the 100 to Watch. Earlier she worked as a producer at Oxygen Media and Meredith Interactive and as a writer or editor at Money and Working Woman magazines.
Peirce dissents from SEC’s US$100M BlockFi settlement
SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce, dubbed Crypto Mom, dissented in Monday’s US$100M BlockFi settlement, saying the punishment does not fit the crime.
Non-US XRP investors petition for congressional investigation of SEC
Lawyer for 63,000 XRP investors invites non-US investors to demand a congressional investigation of the SEC for impropriety.
Digital dollar leaps closer to reality with new Fed paper
Though the world’s most powerful central bank does not stake a position, its discussion paper is a big step toward supporting a future US digital currency.
Crypto.com discloses details of US$34M hack
The fast-growing crypto exchange Crypto.com discloses large amounts of Bitcoin and Ether were stolen from 483 customers.
CBDC tracker shows U.S. falling further behind
Of the Big Four central banks, including those of the EU, UK and Japan, only the Federal Reserve has not progressed beyond research mode in central bank digital currencies.
Top crypto CEOs face House committee grappling with regulations
Stablecoins, US dollar primacy and energy consumption were among the topics in the questioning homing in on how to regulate the crypto industry.
US$66 billion at stake but only mild interest in Bitcoin trial
The outcome of a Miami civil trial may uncover who Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto really was, and who owns his rumored US$66 billion in Bitcoin.
Special Series, Part 2: China lays digital groundwork for a new Silk Road
How China’s deployment of the digital yuan intertwines economics with geopolitics and concrete with virtual infrastructure, from Cambodia to the Caribbean.
Special series, Part 1: China bets on the blockchain
Long before most governments, the Asian superpower saw the potential in Bitcoin’s technology to spawn the next internet and a new form of money.