A reading of Meltem Demirors new essay “Unintended Architecture” asks some key questions about intention setting for the future of Bitcoin.
Bitcoin started as a rebellious, anti-establishment technology. In many parts of the world, and for many people, it remains exactly that.
At the same time, however, there is a wave of traditionalists and institutional players moving into the space.
Are they buying into the revolution, or are they trying to capture value while fitting the disruption into a box that maintains the current power structure they lead?