What the FTX collapse means for the cryptocurrency market

The rapid fall of FTX makes clear that better regulation is necessary to protect investors and reduce crime in the cryptocurrency market. Wharton’s Kevin Werbach explains why the path to regulation isn’t a straight line.

From Knowledge at Wharton

What’s all the buzz about Bitcoin?

What’s all the buzz about Bitcoin? Mauro Guillén, a professor of international management at the Wharton School answers the questions surrounding the sudden interest.

Dee Patel

Exploring cryptocurrency and blockchain in Iceland

A virtual reality film, photo series, and soundscape from Penn and Rutgers document the effect this fast-growing tech industry is having on the country’s natural resources and people.

Michele W. Berger

In the News


Finance runs on trust. Crypto should get to earn it, too

In an Op-Ed, Kevin Werbach of the Wharton School argues that strict regulation and oversight for cryptocurrency banks would create a workable environment for legitimate players and eliminate dodgy firms.



Market Wrap: Investors continue to learn more about FTX’s mismanagement

In an essay, Francine McKenna of the Wharton School outlines the series of missteps in FTX’s auditing process.


The New York Times

Investors who put $2 billion into FTX face scrutiny, too

Kevin Werbach of the Wharton School says that the FTX crash shows that even top investors can wildly miss the mark if not doing real diligence.



Blockchain in business school: Interest among MBA students hasn’t waned despite crypto crash

Kevin Werbach of the Wharton School acknowledges that there’s a lot of uncertainty and hype around the blockchain space and says that traditional firms will need people who understand it.