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How does Cosmos work? How does it compare to Bitcoin and Ethereum? (Pt. 1)

"When it comes to blockchains, Cosmos is the “new kid on the block.” While it’s been around for some time now, the team has been slowly building it out in the background to get it right. It only recently launched publicly."

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How does Cosmos work? How does it compare to Bitcoin and Ethereum? (Pt. 2)

"But as we noted earlier, one of Cosmos’ biggest value propositions is interoperability — the ability to communicate across MANY blockchains. To grasp how this works, we first need to understand the fundamental architect that Cosmos employs to enable this interoperability: ”Hubs and Zones“."

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Spring 2019 Summit: The Maturation Of Crypto Market Infrastructure

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Into the CØSMOS

"Cosmos is a network and framework designed to make blockchains interoperable. Some refer to the Cosmos network as “the Internet of blockchains”, a good meme in an industry where memes have propelled cryptocurrencies to billions of dollars in market value without contributing a meaningful product to the world."

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Digital Asset Custody — Primer and Landscape

"This document provides a short introduction on how custodianship within digital crypto assets is unique, and give a landscape of the existing participants in the market."

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Challenges in Decentralized Projects Governance - Token Summit NYC 2019

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A modest proposal regarding Bitcoin mining

"Following the sad loss of funds suffered by Binance, the well-loved crypto exchange, the Bitcoin community rallied around the embattled exchange and wisely proposed that Binance institute a reorganization of the Bitcoin blockchain in an attempt to steal back the funds, or at least confiscate them from the hacker."

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Experiments in cryptoeconomics - Token Summit NYC 2019

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Cryptocurrency doesn’t have the same price between countries — here’s why

"Because Bitcoin has no international price."

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3 Rules for Token Distribution & Economics

"This post is about learning from the history of tokens and how we can get the distribution and the economics and the governance right from the start."

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Quantifying the Value of Blockchain Data - Token Summit NYC 2019

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How to tell a story in the blockchain world

"What makes human beings different from the rest of the animal species? Of course, the evolved language could be one reason, but the right reason is how we use the language."

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Solving Identity for the New Decentralized Economy

"Identity has to be solved before millions of people can come in droves and benefit from this open network."

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The State of Prediction Markets - Token Summit NYC 2019

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Here’s why decentralization is inevitable…

"In this blog post, without going too much into the philosophical ideas about governments, intermediaries, or trust, I’ll try to bring out the reasons why decentralization is an inevitable milestone in the way of always-improving technology."

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Digital Asset Custody — Primer and Landscape

"This document provides a short introduction on how custodianship within digital crypto assets is unique, and give a landscape of the existing participants in the market."

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The State of Practice in Security Tokens - Token Summit NYC 2019

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Breakdown of all Satoshi's Writings Proves Bitcoin not Built Primarily as Store of Value

"The claim “Bitcoin was purpose-built to first be a Store of Value” is false. Many of Satoshi’s statements shown as evidence for this claim are taken out of context. When those statements are placed in context and considered alongside all his writings, it’s undeniable that Bitcoin was not built to first be a store of value, but was built for payments."

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