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The U.S. has strong, public institutions to protect speech, but the age of internet may also require public infrastructure.
Jerome Powell sees inflation as strong but short-lived. Why do some expect prices for cars, chips, and other key goods to stop rising?
Remote-controlled thermostats in Texas might serve as a reminder to what we give up when we go digital.
A satirical tweet about the compounding return on planting tomatoes reveals a lot about contemporary tech culture.
A governance proposal to protect a DeFi project's IP prompts questions about a DAO's fiduciary duty and the open source ethos.
Lina Khan made her name fighting data-hoarding platform monopolies. She could help clear the ground for a better model.
Capital can mean a source or flow. What type of world will flow from bitcoin?
The first story about COVID out of Bitcoin 2021 needed significantly more reporting than it had, and unfortunately, it drove copy-paste follow-ons instead.
Latin American leaders have faced decades of repression by the United States. Bitcoin gives them a way to fight back.
Greening bitcoin would be a good thing in itself, and it would take away a tool of misdirection from those who oppose it for other reasons.
Central banks should welcome competition from crypto and the crypto industry should be less defensive, says our columnist.
Patrick Stanley's new project may provide a way for people to reward and be rewarded by innovative cities.