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Buzzfeed founder and CEO Jonah Peretti speak to a16z's Chris Dixon about modes of innovation, internet, past/future and how they will drive "the future of the Internet." He is apparently a huge fan of tech...disruption/incentives. I find the whole convo between these two very interesting particularly his thoughts on ...Read More
“Mr. Griffith allegedly traveled to North Korea without permission from the federal government, and with knowledge what he was doing was against the law. We cannot allow anyone to evade sanctions, because the consequences of North Korea obtaining funding, technology, and information to further its desire to build nuclear weapons FBI Assistant Director-in-Charge William F. Sweeney Jr. ...Read More
I guess this article is a bit like the "drama" of crypto. Many of these lawsuits seem fundamental, or just people with pyramids but was surprised to see someone on this list that I personally know.
Varios funcionarios del gobierno de EE. UU. En altos cargos, incluido el Presidente, afirmaron recientemente que la criptomoneda no es una buena forma de pagar los bienes y servicios. Si bien algunos analistas dicen que esto detuvo una carrera alcista en 2019, ¿es cierto que estas palabras realmente tienen un ...Read More
"Grassland is an open-source, anonymous, and completely trustless, P2P network of incentivised computer vision software that turns a 2D video feed from any single-perspective camera into a (politically) stateless, indelible public record of the lives of humans, physical assets, and environmental changes as a real-time, 3D simulation similar to the ...Read More
Proof of stake is at risk of becoming centralized from the outset. We need to empower dialogue and associated action to prevent this from happening 😬 That’s what the Decentralized Staking Defenders intend to do 💪
The governance layers of Fiat unilaterally adjust the creation and supply of an inventory of infinitely available bank credit in order to manipulate approximations of units of value and relative price signals for goods and services. This mechanism is in turn used to influence and control user cognition and behavior The objective of the current Moloch is to present this policy abstraction to network users as “money” in the form of bank credit or debt. Users are then forced to accept the bank credit system as a common standard. This is achieved by restricting user boundaries to a single combined The objective of decentralization of power is to remove this boundary and unplug Neo from the Matrix. ...Read More
"Crate and Barrel, Nordstrom and Whole Foods are among major retailers now accepting Bitcoin via a project backed by the Winklevoss twins."
''A rule of thumb is that for commoditized goods, bundling tends to favor the seller, while unbundling tends to favor the customer. In a bundled product, a seller can obscure costly line items and convince customers to purchase more than they need. With an unbundled suite of products, the customer This is all textbook economics. But how does this apply to money?'' ...Read More
I've heard that key management is a hard problem and thus a barrier to blockchain based identity and cryptocurrency adoption. This group doesn't make it seem that complicated. (please comment)
Imagine a country with two rules: first, every person must spend eight hours a day giving themselves strong electric shocks. Second, if anyone fails to follow a rule (including this one), or speaks out against it, or fails to enforce it, all citizens must unite to kill that person. Suppose ...Read More