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Blockchain technology adoption has largely been a top-down story. Here are some ideas that could get more bottom-up traction.
Tokens continue to show little correlation between usage and value, confounding efforts to build better valuation methods.
Despite the buzz, DeFi is not on a good trajectory. It's too technical, too volatile and too "geeky" to be adopted by "the mainstream," William Mougayar writes.
We should stop trying to classify cryptocurrency as a beast from another planet. Rather, we just need to accept it as the future of money.
What works for the technical realm of blockchains does not automatically translate to the running of businesses or social organizations.
Congress isn't likely to pass crypto-favorable legislation in 2020. In the meantime, we have to hope for action from the SEC.
The U.S. should apply a "do no harm" approach and take a lead role on blockchain regulation, says William Mougayar.
What is the future of initial coin offerings? One of the movements early leaders suggests the market might be at a tipping point.
Entering what could be another growth year, author William Mougayar invites the blockchain industry to take a step back and remember the basics.