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Bitcoin development is better funded than ever, cementing a patronage model that protects against insider maneuvering.
Decentralized social media systems are still immature, but "as of yesterday, we can no longer claim they are a solution searching for a problem."
By committing content to a blockchain, news outlets can reassure readers that what they are reading is what the outlet originally published, says our columnist.
A recent post categorizing Bitcoin as just another fiat currency uses some strange definitions of money, our columnist writes.
It's time for internet users to assert their rights as content owners, rather than giving up free material to platforms like Google and Facebook, says our columnist.
The depth of the outrage reveals how scandalized the public can become when trusted institutions are shown to be less reliable than expected.
What people fail to consider when they criticize Bitcoin's electricity footprint, according to our columnist.
Far from making blockchains more convenient, unlimited block size and zero fees render them less reliable, says Nic Carter.
If we keep bailing out corporations during every crisis, we'll end up with implicitly state-owned enterprises and a lack of economic dynamism.