The fourteenth installment in a weekly column, A Power of Facing examines the International Monetary Fund’s continual warnings about the power of cryptocurrency.
The thirteenth installment in a weekly column, A Power of Facing explains how the father of the Web, Tim Berners-Lee, believes he can create a new and better internet.
By the time millions of people are using cryptocurrencies and blockchain applications, the technical details will be hidden and the average user won’t need to take an interest, any more than they now do in how the internet works.
It seems the missing piece in fully blockchainizing and decentralizing food supply is the same hindrance for decentralizing most industries: quality control.
Rumours are surfacing that Bitmain has some 1,000,000 “Ghost miners” ready to spring to action to mine BCH to pervert Bitcoin technology to its Wormhole tech Nov 15th at the next scheduled Bitcoin BCH network upgrade.
The twelfth installment in a weekly column, A Power of Facing argues for loving ShapeShift, even though it is giving in just a little to government pressure.
Sources tell that Bitmain executives have promised to “disappear” anyone who crosses them inside China.
The separate question-and-answer sessions should prove to be interesting, at the very least, and will certainly draw questions from a number of angles.
The ninth installment in a weekly column, A Power of Facing discusses possible political moves and general trends that bode well for the spectre of a crypto ETF, a supposed Holy Grail of crypto mainstreaming enthusiasts.