Daniel Kuhn

Daniel Kuhn

Daniel Kuhn is a deputy managing editor for Consensus Magazine, where he helps produce monthly editorial packages and the opinion section. He also writes a daily news rundown and twice weekly column for The Node newsletter. He first appeared in print in Financial Planning, a trade publication magazine. Before journalism, he studied philosophy as an undergrad, English literature in graduate school and business and economic reporting at an NYU professional program. You can connect with him on Twitter and Telegram @danielgkuhn or find him on Urbit as ~dorrys-lonreb. He owns minor amounts of BTC and ETH.

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Jackson Hole: Where Fed Policy Is Decided on the Fly
Does the relative stability of Bitcoin inspire any more confidence?
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Tokenization News Roundup: Resource Extraction, Social Media Monetization and Real World Connections
A weekly digest of articles, reports and analyses about tokenized RWAs, the fast-growing financial instruments that merge traditional finance to the blockchain.
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Is there any justice in the U.S. government's legal battle with Tornadoo Cash and its developers? (Steve Barker/Unsplash)
Tornado Cash Devs Are Caught in a U.S. Dragnet
The Treasury and Defense Departments are working to stop North Korean hackers — with little to show for it.
Is there any justice in the U.S. government's legal battle with Tornadoo Cash and its developers? (Steve Barker/Unsplash)
Changpeng Zhao ,CEO of Binance, at Consensus Singapore 2018 (CoinDesk)
Binance Needs to Get Off Twitter
Until the world's largest crypto exchange gets better at corporate communications, it’s just FUDing itself.
Changpeng Zhao ,CEO of Binance, at Consensus Singapore 2018 (CoinDesk)
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Friend.tech Attracted NBA Influencers. So Why Does Everyone Think Crypto’s Latest Trend Will Die?
Despite its initial success in attracting celebs, the portents aren’t good for the latest “Twitter-killer.”
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Tokenization News Roundup: Consolidation Coming
A weekly digest of articles, reports and analyses about tokenized RWAs, the fast-growing financial instruments that merge traditional finance to the blockchain.
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Things in Crypto We're Freaking Out About
With a nod to Sam Bankman-Fried, CoinDesk staff crowdsource their fears, anxieties and disappointments — for your enjoyment!
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DENVER, CO - FEBRUARY 18: Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin speaks at ETHDenver on February 18, 2022 in Denver, Colorado. ETHDenver is the largest and longest running Ethereum Blockchain event in the world with more than 15,000 cryptocurrency devotees attending the weeklong meetup. (Photo by Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images)
Vitalik Buterin Has Thoughts on Social Media Fact Checking
Ethereum's founder applauds Elon Musk's “Community Notes” tool for taking a crack at “credible neutrality.”
DENVER, CO - FEBRUARY 18: Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin speaks at ETHDenver on February 18, 2022 in Denver, Colorado. ETHDenver is the largest and longest running Ethereum Blockchain event in the world with more than 15,000 cryptocurrency devotees attending the weeklong meetup. (Photo by Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images)
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The End of the End of Crypto
Market sentiment is improving. And even the New York Times is fair-minded.
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Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong (CoinDesk archives)
The 3 Things Coinbase Says Will Determine the Future of Crypto
CEO Brian Armstrong has outlined ways for the industry to beat crypto winter, including a new lobbying group.
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong (CoinDesk archives)