Decentralization Philosophy Part 1 – From Buddha to the Conquistadors
Earlier this week, the Let's Talk Bitcoin! Show gathered to discuss decentralization in blockchain projects and the historical context of decentralized organizations.
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.
What works for the technical realm of blockchains does not automatically translate to the running of businesses or social organizations.
To those who believe in a digital future in which decentralization makes systems more resilient, the coronavirus crisis has expedited the inevitable.
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.
Yesterday Chainlink released price reference data for 25 of its decentralized oracle networks which, together, power more than $100m in DeFi.