The Real Problem With Nocoiners
What makes a nocoiner a nocoiner is not simply the absence of cryptocurrency from his investment portfolio, but his sanctimonious attitude about it.
A team from China's Tsinghua University is patenting a way to store and share digital versions of culturally important objects using a blockchain.
Cryptocurrencies may offer solutions to a host of big problems, but for now, they're making issues with social media echo chambers worse.
Michael J. Casey is the chairman of CoinDesk’s advisory board and a senior advisor for blockchain research at MIT’s Digital Currency Initiative. Let’s talk about bitcoin, toxicity and inclusiveness. (Boy, my Twitter feed is going to have fun over the next few days.) To start with, let me take a position: I stand with those […]
As we move toward trusting everything recorded in a blockchain, consider the societal impact, e.g. on our ability to think critically and skeptically.
Columnist Michael J. Casey on how men in the cryptocurrency and blockchain community can do more to advance the engagement of women in the space.