The Best of Cointelegraph
7 most popular Cointelegraph articles, as voted by our community.
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Cointelegraph on Mozilla
Brave Browser Delivers on Promise, Files GDPR Complaint Against Google
Brave files a formal GDPR complaint against Google with its main regulator in Europe.
Cointelegraph on Music Production
Cryptocurrency’s latest use case: Music production?
Influencers Estefannie and Look Mum No Computer collaborate to produce music based on crypto's market fluctuations.
Cointelegraph on Tokenomics
Tokenomics not Ponzi-nomics: Influencing behavior, making money
“Influencing behavior does not have to be malicious,” claims tokenomics expert Roderick McKinley. But how do you get the balance right between creating attractive financial incentives without becoming…
Cointelegraph on Web3
Introducing the Trivergence: Transformation driven by blockchain, AI and the IoT
New business models enabled by this Trivergence — artificial intelligence, blockchain and Internet of Things — are beginning to disrupt many industries and provide platforms for innovation in the…
«To paraphrase Corinthians 13;13, now these three things remain: AI, blockchain and the IoT. But the greatest of these in none — it is their combination. Call it the Trivergence.»
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How will blockchain technology help fight climate change? Experts answer
Here’s what experts on emerging tech think about the role of blockchain in achieving more sustainability and lessening the climate crisis.
The creator economy: How we arrived there and why we need its Web3 upgrade
Creativity is the natural order of life. It has led us to a new economic paradigm that is now known as the creator economy. What were the steps on the way, and what’s next?
Sam Bankman-Fried is ‘under supervision’ in Bahamas, looking to flee to Dubai
FTX former CEO Sam Bankman-Fried and two others are reportedly currently being detained by Bahamanian authorities.
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