Jen Wieczner, Fortune

Jen Wieczner

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New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Jen:

Here's What Bitcoin Must Prove Before Goldman Sachs Would Invest

Here's what Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies must accomplish before Goldman Sachs would consider buying them, according to the bank. → Read More

Coinbase's Overcharging Glitch Is Likely Both Worldpay and Visa's Fault

Coinbase customers were overcharged for Bitcoin after glitches at payment companies Visa and Worldpay resulted in a million double charges. → Read More

Hackers Stole $50 Million in Cryptocurrency Using 'Poison' Google Ads

Cisco exposed Ukrainian hackers who stole $50 million in cryptocurrency from bitcoin wallets on Blockchain.info using 'poison' Google ads. → Read More

Bitcoin Investors Aren't Paying Their Cryptocurrency Taxes

New data shows cryptocurrency investors are disproportionately reluctant to report their gains and losses to the IRS on their tax returns. → Read More

Steve Wynn Could Resign With a $300 Million Bonus

After Steve Wynn resigned, Wynn Resorts may pay the CEO accused of sexual misconduct a huge severance package, boosting Wynn's net worth. → Read More

Bitcoin Is Less Volatile Than Stock Market Volatility Index, SEC Chair Says

Wall Street's fears spiked with the Dow's wild swings this week. → Read More

The Dow Just Lost Even More Than Bitcoin. But Don't Call it a Stock Market Crash

The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 1,175 points, losing even more money than Bitcoin. But here's why it's not a stock market crash. → Read More

Janet Yellen's Last Act at the Federal Reserve: Punishing Wells Fargo

The move will cost Wells Fargo up to $400 million from its bottom line. → Read More

Why Bitcoin May Not Be Digital Gold After All

A new report casts doubt on one of the cryptocurrency's top selling points. → Read More

Billionaire George Soros Is Using Blockchain Technology to Help Immigrants

But he didn't think migrants should be buying Bitcoin. → Read More

How Tesla's Elon Musk Could Become the World's Richest Person Without Ever Getting a Paycheck

CEO Elon Musk is gambling his net worth on Tesla's stock price. He won't get a paycheck, but he could become the richest man in the world. → Read More

Bitcoin Crashes to Below $10,000 as Cryptocurrency Scams Scare Investors

The Bitconnect exchange's sudden shutdown brought back bad memories of Mt. Gox. → Read More

Bitcoin Consumes 30 Times More Electricity than All the World's Tesla Cars

Producing Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies now guzzles more energy than all electric cars in the world. And that's set to triple in 2018. → Read More

How High Can Bitcoin's Price Go in 2018?

What fueled the cryptocurrency craze, why Wall Street is joining the party, and whether the Bitcoin bubble will pop. → Read More

4 Best Tech Stocks to Buy for 2018—Instead of Buying Bitcoin

Semiconductor companies such as Nvidia are benefiting from super trends including Bitcoin, self-driving cars, smartphones and more. → Read More

The 6 Best Stocks to Buy for 2018 Before Robots Take Your Job

Robots are changing everything from manufacturing to surgery. Here are the best industrial stocks benefiting from robotics. → Read More

The 5 Best Fintech Stocks to Buy for 2018

Sometimes, the best financial stocks aren't banks but tech companies like PayPal and Mastercard. → Read More

The 5 Best Emerging Markets Stocks for 2018: How to Buy the Amazon and Google of China

Why some of the best tech stocks are in emerging markets. → Read More

All-Tech Investing: The 31 Best Stocks to Buy for 2018 Instead of Apple or Tesla

It's now possible—smart even—to invest your entire portfolio in tech stocks, from Amazon to Facebook. Fortune's 31 top stock picks for 2018 show how. → Read More

Why McDonald’s Is One of the 3 Best E-commerce Stocks to Buy for 2018

How to buy the Amazon stock of other industries, like travel and fast food. → Read More