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Trust Issues

"What’s In a Blockchain?"

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The Most Expensive Lesson Of My Life: Details of SIM port hack

"I lost north of $100,000 last Wednesday. It evaporated over a 24-hour time span in a “SIM port attack” that drained my Coinbase account. It has been four days since the incident and I’m gutted. I have zero appetite; my sleep is restless; I am awash in feelings of anxiety, remorse, and embarrassment."

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One of the biggest scams in crypto is the number of people that call non-scams, scams.

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Quantum Narratives

"The rise and fall of crypto narratives"

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Digesting ‘Quantification of energy and carbon costs for mining cryptocurrencies’

"Unpacking the article in Nature"

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Blockchain Security

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Crypto funds show just how immature web3 is

"The immaturity of the crypto fund space highlights to me just how early we are in the process of building web3."

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Unpacking Bitcoin’s Assurances

"Dis-aggregating the system’s guarantees"

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Fat Protocol

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Digital cooperatives are the future

"Decentralised autonomous organisations (DAOs) are being described as the future of the firm. But we think we can do better by combining the benefits of a DAO model with the reassurances of a legal entity. We are linking the two concepts to form a digital cooperative."

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How to scale Bitcoin (without changing a thing)

"Why Bitcoin banks need to prove their solvency"

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MIT Bitcoin Expo 2019 - Zcash Governance: The Road Toward 2-of-2 Multisig

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Who Owns my DAO?

"Like it or not, private ownership is a cornerstone of our civilization. The appropriation of resources by natural or legal persons has often been questioned since the famous slogan from Proudhon: “La propriété, c’est le vol!” (“property is theft!”). But most modern attempts to collectivize ownership — by communist States as well as by smaller-scale societies such as kibbutzim — have failed."

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Bitcoin’s Security is Fine

"This article comprehensively addresses concerns around Bitcoin’s security model which is funded by the block subsidy and transaction fees."

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MIT Bitcoin Expo 2019 - Blockchain Attack Vectors and Ecosystem Security

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The Crypto Subscription Economy

"What it means for crypto entrepreneurs and how to get started"

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Random Walks Across The Aisle: Introducing Certainty Through Randomness in Electoral Systems

"The world sometimes feels chaotic & random. What if adding more randomness made it less so?"

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MIT Bitcoin Expo 2019 - Decentralized Exchanges: Self-Custodying Your Assets

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