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Elsewhere on Wednesday,– Bitcoin’s scaling solution is intimately connected to lending and credit functions and/or intermediary liquidity pools . The irony.– “…neither the United States nor China is currently up to the job of forging the type of consensus that addresses global challenges and advances the international system writ large.”– The reviewer’s fallacy: when critics aren’t critical enough.– And why Fire and Fury’s shoddy journalism manages to indict both Wolff’s tactics and the whole media ecosystem around him.– How the US stock market is unique.– The data Snapchat doesn’t want you to see.– Money as a generally-accepted medium for short selling. – Pamela Anderson is running a campaign warning about the risks of riding in Ubers. – The tea company that planned to buy bitcoin mining

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Izabella Kaminska
Izabella Kaminska joined FT Alphaville in October 2008, which was, perhaps, the best time in the world to become a financial blogger. Before that she worked as a producer at CNBC, a natural gas reporter at Platts and an associate editor of BP’s internal magazine. She has also worked as a reporter on English language business papers in Poland and Azerbaijan and was a Reuters graduate trainee in 2004.

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