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.
The seventh installment in a weekly column, A Power of Facing examines the intellectual genealogy of Bitcoin, anarchy. Far from crotch-grabbing hoodlums, crypto-anarchists made a quirky, crazy path to creating the best money humans have ever known.
In a Medium post, Dr. Craig Wright explained the significance of CoinGeek as the first independent corporate miner of Bitcoin, and how this would offset what he describes as ‘proof of social media'—with consequences that can be lifted directly from an episode of the dystopian drama series.
The sixth installment in a weekly column, A Power of Facing examines the financialization of cryptocurrency and what that means with giants such as ICE and its Bakkt project entering the ecosystem.
The fifth installment in a weekly column, A Power of Facing analyzes a recent working paper from the University of Pennsylvania Law School on the need for tighter regulation of initial coin offerings and smart contracts.
The fourth installment in a weekly column, A Power of Facing examines the intersection between 3D printed guns and cryptocurrency, and why the ecosystem should embrace both, championing both.
Watts Miners sent a press release over the wire that was quickly picked up by most technology and crypto based news outlets. The claims, if they could be substantiated, would revolutionize the crypto-mining industry.
Despite the expiration of the Schnorr signature patent, there are two existing and unexpired patents that may botch this plan.
The third installment in a weekly column, A Power of Facing slums through ComicCon 2018 in San Diego, Calif. Over 300,000 people attend the event during its three and a half days, and it appears to be edging ever more friend to crypto.
The Bitcoin world has grown to become utterly fragmented, full of false and misleading news, fake information, fake forks, scams, character assassinations and much more.
Social media is evolving, shifting from a parasitic business model where third parties sell data that isn’t even theirs, to one where users have more choices—and more control.