Climbing off Twitter on Scaffolds of Truth: Where Srinivasan and Benet Diverge
Vitalik Buterin, Balaji Srinivasan and Juan Benet discussed the future, pitfalls and promise of decentralized social media.
ArDrive lets users pay a fee once, depending on the price of Arweave tokens, and have their files live forever on the web.
Ketsal's "Open Standards" rubric is the latest push to demystify network decentralization in the blockchain space.
Some token projects say they're left holding the bag following a hack that drained the KuCoin crypto exchange of $280 million.
Anonymous Uniswap users are trying to unite the many small holders of the UNI governance token to deal with potential problems in the automated market maker’s (AMM) governance.
President Trump’s threat to ban WeChat could disrupt the communication of millions of people. Decentralized technology is one solution, but will people really use it? Not necessarily, industry watchers say.
After one of the most challenging weeks in recent memory we're talking about a new consensus-driven approach to DeFi oracles and revisiting Johnston's Law (anything that can be decentralized will be decentralized) with the man who coined the phrase so many years ago.
Andreas M. Antonopoulos joins the show this week to discuss the organizational and organic structures of decentralization and to wonder whether crypto even needs Satoshi-like catalysts now that the fire of blockchain burns bright.