Oleksii Konashevych is the author of Cross-Blockchain Protocol for Government Databases: The Technology for Public Registries and Smart Laws. He has been collaborating with the RMIT University’s blockchain innovation hub, researching the use of blockchain technology for e-governance and e-democracy, and works on the tokenization of real estate titles, digital IDs, public registries and e-voting. Oleksii co-authored a law on e-petitions in Ukraine, collaborating with the country’s presidential administration and serving as the manager of the nongovernmental e-Democracy Group from 2014–2016. In 2019, Oleksii participated in drafting a bill on Anti-Money Laundering and taxation for crypto assets in Ukraine.
A wave of events five years ago formed the reality of the crypto industry, but did we really make proper conclusions?
Takeaways: 5 years after The DAO crisis and Ethereum hard fork
Banking will not become decentralized, but with blockchain, it will become accountable for both banks and clients.
European central bank execs are wrong — Intentionally or unknowingly?
With regulators unlikely to change old-fashioned rules in favor of the emerging market, DeFi might be burdened under fraud and new portions of restrictions.
DeFi: A shrinking window of opportunity
Discussing cross-blockchain protocol that enables the use of ledgers in an interoperable bundle.
Title Token for Blockchain Estate Registry, Part 3
Focusing on title tokens, a theory of smart laws, digital authorities and how to protect the system from digital dictatorship.
Title Token for Blockchain Estate Registry, Part 2
Discussing the reasons for why we need a blockchain estate registry and the constraints of the technology.
Title Token for Blockchain Estate Registry, Part 1
The recent Twitter hack shows us that centralized infrastructure is still vulnerable, but DIDs, SSI and blockchains can change the paradigm.
Twitter Wouldn’t Be Hacked if It Were Backed by Blockchain Technology