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Blockchain promises an immutable history of on-chain data. But the “ledger of record” is merely a new way to manufacture consent.
Blockchain promises an immutable history of on-chain data. But the “ledger of record” is merely a new way to manufacture consent.
Bitcoin side-stepped this problem by focusing tightly on electronic cash exchange. On-chain data is only ever an output to other inputs. Unspent transaction outputs is the whole universe. Bridging off-chain facts with on-chain realities will always always always involve politics.
Bitcoin side-stepped this problem by focusing tightly on electronic cash exchange. On-chain data is only ever an output to other inputs. Unspent transaction outputs is the whole universe. Bridging off-chain facts with on-chain realities will always always always involve politics.
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