Browsing the "Decentralization" Tag

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Craig Wright Claims to Be Satoshi in Critical Response to CFTC on Ethereum

| Yogita Khatri

In a response to the CFTC, nChain chief scientist Craig Wright has criticized ethereum and restated his claim to be Satoshi Nakamoto.

Bitcoin Is Becoming More Decentralized, Indicates New Research

| Yogita Khatri

Bitcoin has become more decentralized by several measures, according to a research report from Canaccord Genuity Group.

‘0% Success’: Why Blockchain Apps Just Aren’t Taking Off

| Yin Wu

In 2018, the promise of a decentralized future took a big knock. There are lessons to be learned, says Yin Wu, founder of Dirt Protocol.

Resisting the Threat of Blockchain Recentralization

| Chelsea Palmer

In an op-ed written exclusively for CoinDesk, Chelsea Palmer argues that defining blockchain governance must be a priority for 2019.

Blockchain Startup Blockstack Unveils Plan to Decentralize Itself

| Nikhilesh De

Blockstack announced a plan to decentralize the network's corporate structure on Friday.

‘Nothing Is Decentralized’: Crypto Springs Confronts Tech’s Shortcomings

| Leigh Cuen

The tone distinguishing Crypto Springs from the plethora of blockchain conferences was an acute focus on uncomfortable and open-ended questions.

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Blockchains Don’t Have to Be Perfect, They Just Have to Be Better

| Michael J Casey

A blockchain can contain garbage data but in many cases, it will still be better than the status quo. We might even find often that it's a lot better.

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$13.5 Million Hack Ignites Fresh Debate Over Crypto Project Bancor

| Anna Baydakova

The security breach of a well-funded blockchain project renewed critiques against its technology this week.

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PoWx: The New Effort to Change Bitcoin Mining Explained

| Alyssa Hertig

Technologists unveiled a foundation dedicated to rewriting bitcoin's underlying tech, giving the long-controversial idea new wings.

Two Big Crypto Startups Are Out to Build One Universal Wallet

| Leigh Cuen

The two startups are offering developers $50,000 to build a wallet that would support almost any token, even those that haven’t been created yet.