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What’s in Your Bear Market Backpack?
From existential dread to blissful ignorance — reactions to Ethereum’s market slump vary across the board
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Why Ethereum Name Service Is Seeing a Spike in Domain Registrations
The registrations came on the back of a record-breaking ENS sale, a research firm pointed out.
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Ethereum Name Service NFTs Overtake BAYC in Daily Trade Volume
The ENS NFTs have seen a surge in volume today as investors dive in to purchase three- and four-digit domains.
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The ENS Saga and the Pitfalls of DAO Democracy
Decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) are touted as the ultimate governance structure, but where do they break down?
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ENS and the Limitations of DAO Governance
Brantly Millegan has mostly avoided consequences for his bigoted views. What does that say about decentralized voting systems?
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Brantly Millegan Remains a Director of ENS Foundation After Failed Attempt to Boot Him
Millegan was removed as a steward from the DAO and the True Names Foundation, but remains a director at the ENS Foundation.
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Vote to Remove Brantly Millegan From ENS Foundation Likely to Fail
Millegan was removed as a steward of the DAO behind the Ethereum Names Service and the True Names Foundation.
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Your Right to Anonymity Ends Where Risk to My Money Begins
Privacy is a key value of crypto, and of a healthy society. But it ends when you seek wealth and influence – for good reason.
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Ethereum Name Service Removes Core Team Member Brantly Millegan Over 2016 Tweet
A tweet from Nick Johnson, founder and lead developer of ENS, confirmed Millegan has been removed from both the DAO and as director of operations of True Names Ltd.
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Missed the ENS Airdrop? Here Are the Crypto Projects Rumored to ‘Decentralize’ Next
Web 3 promises to reward users, but it needs users first.
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