Profile avatars emerged from a long tradition of artists expressing themselves through code, math and randomness. This article is part of CoinDesk’s Culture Week.
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ConstitutionDAO was just the start. The range and ambition of DAOs is only growing.
What does it mean to write a memoir about a group of NFT avatars that kind of exists but kind of doesn’t? The author of “Pickup Artists” (and nine other books) tells Jeff Wilser. This article is part of CoinDesk Culture Week.
Crypto communities are playing a big series of “live action role playing games,” and they’re changing how we organize and interact across digital and physical spaces. This post is part of Crypto 2022: Culture Week.
Different cryptocurrency networks will form distinct societies.
Our new digital magazine goes beyond the daily headlines to put crypto and blockchain developments in perspective.
To think through the cultural practices and evolution of a DAO, we present a thought experiment on the life of a DAO, from birth to death to resurrection.
A ‘90s kid reflects on seeing how iconoclastic rappers changed the world. And how that energy is now in Web 3.
Tornado Cash isn’t a company, a service or a person – it’s a series of words, and likely protected by the U.S. First Amendment.
An SEC indictment notwithstanding, it's not easy to taking down online pyramid schemes, says our columnist. Here are some ideas.
Issuers of stablecoins like Tether and USDC are a new rentier-class that's sucking value from the DeFi system, say Alex Fowler and Patrick Murck of Transparent Systems.