“Given that human beings have certain tendencies that emerge in any field or community, it would be extremely naive to assume that the blockchain community is free of bias or conflicts of interests.”Read more
“Though I exist in the world my existence not recognized by the world. I am the invisible man of the visible world.” — Anis, Rohingya refugee.Read more
"Governments are finally starting to try to compete for citizens on the virtual level." — Tim DraperRead more
The coronavirus pandemic brings a Japanese cultural tradition under renewed scrutiny.Read more
Climate change means some nations are facing the very real threat of physical destruction — but blockchain-based initiatives may be one way to save the cultural identity of countries like the Marshall Islands.Read more
Kosala Hemachandra explains that “Based on all the information I'm getting I would say Sri Lanka so far seems to be safer than the U.S."Read more
Bitcoin has an adoption problem. Humans suffer from cognitive bias around tiny fractions and giant numbers - which makes it hard to work in either Bitcoins or Satoshis, the most popular denominations of the cryptocurrency.Read more
Decentralized organizations: where's the head? For traditional service providers in the HR or PR fields, working with the blockchain industry may be counter-intuitive.Read more
Why poker players are so prevalent in the crypto industry — and the intriguing possibility that Satoshi stacked chips before they stacked sats.Read more
Kenya adopted mobile payments years ago. So is there any need for Bitcoin? Steve Nsoh visited a village outside Nairobi to see if BTC would be relevant in a country that runs on the M-Pesa system.Read more
Long on promises, short on delivery: The fate of two technologies that might finally realize their potential when thrust together.Read more
Crypto artist Coldie has curated a one-of-a-kind virtual art exhibition, Citadel 6.15. We talked with him about the motivation for the show, and his own background as an artist.Read more
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