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Interviews 15 hours ago
FXToken’s Oliver Prock: Let’s build more and fight less
Prock also believes that not everything can be decentralized and that there needs to be regulated entities in the industry.
Business 17 July 2019
US House minority leader wants government to use blockchain
McCarthy points out that there are major concerns over the platform’s lack of decentralization, which could lead to regulatory violations and an almost monopolistic mindset.
Business 21 February 2019
Zuckerberg: Decentralization is the future, but there are concerns
Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, believes that decentralization is the future and wants to see it in Facebook. But first, he wants to answer open questions so it can be done the right way.
Editorial 31 January 2019
Kik has had enough, but can it kick back at SEC?
It’s unclear whether the commissioners have already taken a vote, but when the SEC enforcement action does come out, Kik is ready to fight back in court if necessary—for all the good it will do them.
Editorial 12 October 2018
The missing piece in decentralizing agriculture—and many other industries
It seems the missing piece in fully blockchainizing and decentralizing food supply is the same hindrance for decentralizing most industries: quality control.
Business 24 August 2018
Ripple CTO claims XRP crypto coin ‘more decentralized’ than BTC
David Schwartz, chief technology officer at Ripple Labs, has published a paper claiming XRP cryptocurrency is actually more decentralized than Ethereum and BTC, in the latest attempt to persuade the skeptics.
Editorial 13 July 2018
Decentralizing social media: The choice to pay or be paid, instead of being sold
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.
Editorial 1 June 2018
3D printing on demand: Will supply chains become decentralized too?
Is the possibility of a network of decentralised “factories” a threat to the traditional mass-production factories that have persevered for decades since the Industrial Revolution?