Rachel Rose O'Leary
Rachel-Rose O'Leary is a writer specializing in ethereum, with an interest in privacy technologies. She is a director at Multidisciplinary Academic Grants in Cryptocurrencies (MAGIC), a US-based charitable organization focused on privacy infrastructure for the public good. Her background is in philosophy and digital arts, and she is a one-time web3.js contributor. She holds value in bitcoin and has previously held value in zcash See: Editorial Policy.
Vitalik Ends Devcon Talk With Sing-Along About Failed Ethereum Ideas
At the Devcon4 developer conference, the founder of ethereum presented the current roadmap to a more scalable network – and a song.
The Godfather of Ethereum ICOs Wants to Let Investors Take Their Money Back
Fabian Vogelsteller has proposed a method for safer ICOs, by allowing investors to withdraw funds.
Defending Decentralization, Like a Twice in a Millennium Chance
During the Web3 Summit earlier this week, speakers and attendees struck an optimistic tone, even though the challenges for blockchain are great.
Zcash’s Next Upgrade to Make Private Transactions 100x Lighter and 6x Faster
Zcash's upcoming Sapling hard fork, expected to execute on Oct. 29, makes substantial improvements to the efficiency of its private transactions.
Gavin Wood Announces ‘Impending Release’ of DIY Blockchain Tool
Parity Technologies founder Gavin Wood has announced that his company's new DIY blockchain tool, Substrate, is weeks from release
Monero Fees Fall to Almost Zero After ‘Bulletproofs’ Upgrade
Monero's "bulletproofs" hard fork has led to a major reduction in transaction fees.
Monero to Become First Billion-Dollar Crypto to Implement ‘Bulletproofs’ Tech
A highly anticipated technology designed to make blockchain privacy features more scalable will be tested on Monero soon.
How a Left-for-Dead, $0.22 Crypto Asset Became a Lifeline for Activists
A tiny cryptocurrency named faircoin is providing an underground economy across the world.
A War-Torn Country in Syria Will Use Crypto to Power an Anarchist State
A region in Northern Syria called Rojava is looking to use cryptocurrency to overcome economic sanctions and even redesign its society.
A Solution to Crypto’s 51% Attack? Fine Miners Before It Happens
After losing money during a 51 percent attack earlier this year, crypto project Horizen claims to have a solution to crypto's famed vulnerability.