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Cryptocurrencies have perplexed Muslim scholars for several years now. Debates generally concerns its status as currency: Shari’ah principles forbid usury—lending money to make profits through interest—and prefer exchanges of goods to be backed by physical assets, like gold. But cryptocurrencies typically aren’t backed by physical assets, and people can make massive profitsRead More →

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To answer this question, let’s start with a simple but important fact: Ethereum 2.0 is not an upgrade to the current Ethereum network. Instead, it is a complete overhaul and redesign of Ethereum. Many are unaware of this fact, or may even disagree with this characterization. So it is importantRead More →

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“The Ethereum network could function just fine even if Ether was worth $10.” The above statement is something we see discussed regularly throughout the cryptocurrency community. It’s not based on fact, assumes that the only function of Ether is to pay network transaction fees (gas), and is misleading for aRead More →