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- Introducing the 2022 State of Crypto Report
- A beginner’s guide to how cryptocurrencies work
- The Great Bifurcation
If someone pitches you on a "great" Web3 project, ask them if it requires buying or selling crypto to do what they say it does.Sources and Further Readinghtt...
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SFF 2022 | Next 10 Years: Building the Crypto Economy, Scaling Web3 Innovation & Weathering Storms4 Nov, 12:15 PM at the Global Plenary, SFFThis session will...
Former CEO Sam Bankman-Fried was hailed as a savior of crypto before FTX’s implosion.Cryptocurrency exchange FTX was seen as a survivor in a struggling indus...
Crypto is a solution in search of a problem — or problems.
«The strongest case for crypto is that it’s money outside the hands of banks and government»
For those who are just wading into the crypto territory, here’s a basic explainer on how the computer science behind these systems work.
«Whether you’re on the head or tail end of the cryptocurrency craze, one thing is for sure: These digital assets are hitting the mainstream hard, and don’t seem to be going away anytime soon. Notably, the country of El Salvador recently adopted bitcoin as legal tender, and New York’s incoming mayor Eric Adams is intent on transforming New York City into a hotspot for cryptocurrency. »
Chris Berg, Sinclair Davidson and Jason Potts are from the RMIT Blockchain Innovation Hub, the world’s first social science research centre…
“Financial operations” (FinOps) is an emerging software category with a massive opportunity to streamline, automate, and optimize how we move money, while giving the entire organization a real-time…
Summary In mid November, FTX International became effectively insolvent. The FTX saga, at the end of the day, is somewhere between that of Voyager and Celsius. Three things combined together to cause…
Web3 has become one of the most talked-about concepts today. Just try to count how many times “crypto”, “NFTs”, or “DeFi” appear on your Twitter timeline. To many people, Web3 is just another…
It will likely survive, but only after more firms and currencies crash and burn. Here’s why.
The AI, big tech, VC, and crypto trends I’m keeping an eye on this year.
Cryptocurrency was supposed to change the economic outlook for Black America. For many, it made things worse.
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Sam Bankman-Fried is a con man and fraudster of historic proportions. But you might not learn that from the New York Times, CoinDesk's Chief Insights Columnist David Z. Morris writes.
The 2022 State of Crypto report is a16z crypto's first-ever data-driven overview and analysis of web3 and crypto.
An engineer’s interest in joining what turned out to be a fictitious company led to March’s $540 million Axie Infinity hack.
Where it came from, what it all means, and why it still matters.
Despite considering myself a cryptographer, I have not found myself particularly drawn to “crypto.” I don’t think I’ve ever actually said the words “get off my lawn,” but I’m much more likely to click…
«Also – cards on the table here – I don’t share the same generational excitement for moving all aspects of life into an instrumented economy.»
I didn’t anticipate how much I’d appreciate a @Jack of fewer trades. Key to progress is class traitors: Generals warning of a military-industrial complex, product managers who narc on mendacious…
«Web3 is a decentralized version of the internet where platforms and apps are built and owned by users. Unlike web2 (the current web), which is dominated by centralized platforms such as Google, Apple, and Facebook, web3 will use blockchain, crypto, and NFTs to transfer power back to the internet community.»
Tracing the evolution of tech’s three eras, and why the fourth era — the Metaverse — is defined by its bifurcation with the physical world.
«How much better if every account were based on a digital identifier unique to me and owned by no one, and now you understand the case for crypto wallets.»
So what exactly is Web3, and why is everyone in Silicon Valley obsessed with it?
Show Odd Lots, Ep Sam Bankman-Fried and Matt Levine on How the Crypto Market Really Works - Aug 5, 2021
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