• Buyer Beware: Hundreds of Bitcoin Wannabes Show Hallmarks of Fraud

    wsj.com 17 May '18, 4pm

    Hundreds of technology firms raising money in the fevered market for cryptocurrencies are using deceptive or even fraudulent tactics to lure investors. In a review of documents produced for 1,450 digital coin offerings, The Wall Street Journal has found 271 with red flags that include...

  • We tracked a bunch of pump-and-dump schemes in real time. This is what it looks like:

    Some Traders Are Talking Up Cryptocurrencies, Then Dumping Them, Costing Others Millions

    wsj.com 05 Aug '18, 1pm

    Some Traders Are Talking Up Cryptocurrencies, Then Dumping Them, Costing Others Millions ‘Pump groups’ fuel millions in trading activity, with price rises followed by quick falls

  • Singapore Gears Up for the Greatest Show on Earth: The Trump-Kim Summit

    wsj.com 06 Jun '18, 9am

    SINGAPORE—Even by the standards of this efficient and ultramodern city-state, hosting the summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is a big ask. A stream of Singapore government notices over recent days has offered clues on logistical and diplomatic pr...

  • U.S. Seeks ‘Major Disarmament’ of North Korea During Trump’s Term - WSJ

    wsj.com 13 Jun '18, 4pm

    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Wednesday that the U.S. hopes to achieve “major disarmament” of North Korea’s nuclear arsenal during President Donald Trump’s first term in office and would resume joint military exercises with South Korea if the talks stall. “We’re hopeful that we ...

  • Sneakers Rule Men’s Fashion. Even Ugly Sneakers -

    wsj.com 25 Jun '18, 6am

    PITY THE MEN’S DRESS SHOE, once an inescapable sight in Milan. Whether we’re talking about pointy-toed Ferragamo loafers or hand-painted brogues from an artisan outside of town whose workshop’s location a Milanese gent would guard as closely as his grandmother’s bolognese recipe, form...

  • Kim Jong Un Is Heading to China After His Singapore Summit With Trump

    wsj.com 19 Jun '18, 2am

    BEIJING—North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is arriving in China on Tuesday for a two-day trip, visiting his key ally for the third time in three months, just a week after his summit with President Donald Trump. China’s state media announced Mr. Kim’s visit in a brief report, without prov...

  • Kim Jong Un and the Art of the Asian Deal

    wsj.com 25 Jun '18, 1am

    Two important qualities of East Asian negotiations elude the Western foreign-policy establishment: A relationship is more important than an agreement, and a deal is a moving object. The conventional wisdom has it that President Trump’s summit with Kim Jong Un was extraordinary and nai...

  • Silicon Valley Is Into Bitcoin. It Wants to Keep Washington Out.

    wsj.com 19 Apr '18, 3pm

    WASHINGTON—Big Silicon Valley backers of cryptocurrencies have sought a broad exemption from federal oversight they say would slow digital coin growth, as the industry steps up lobbying to limit government oversight of the burgeoning world of cryptocurrencies. Andreessen Horowitz and ...

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