cryptocurrency

FILE - An advertisement for Bitcoin cryptocurrency is displayed on a street in Hong Kong, Thursday, Feb. 17, 2022. Bitcoin prices have surged in recent days, Wednesday, March 2,  as investors once again appear to view the volatile cryptocurrency as safe haven for their money in the midst of rising geopolitical tensions. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung, File)

How an interagency team took down terror networks exploiting the pandemic

In 2020, ISIS made website to sell face masks. A team from the FBI, IRS and DHS stopped and seized 300 cryptocurrency accounts worth $2 million. They’re…

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This innovator tilted at the bureaucratic windmill, and had the same results as Don Quixote

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Blockchain bill would spur adoption across agencies

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Reflections with Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel

Join host Michael Keegan as he welcomes outgoing two-term Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel to reflect on his public service career and his pursuit of innovative…

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The dangers of dabbling in cryptocurrency

Owen Donley, with the Securities and Exchange Commission, discusses cryptocurrencies.

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Clay Buckley

How blockchain helps donors track their charity dollars

Clay Buckley, president of Cause Network, discusses how his company uses technology and innovation to help charities gain funds and help people in need. Blockchain, among other technologies, are allowing donors to see exactly where their money is going in the charity of their choice.

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