"You can think of a cryptocurrency transaction much like a paper check."
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"Off-Chain Asset Tokenization is Inherently Trusted. Does it Need to Be That Way?"
"When it comes to bitcoin adoption, there are generally two rules that never seem to fail. Everyone always feels late, and everyone always wishes they had bought more bitcoin. There are exceptions to every rule, but bitcoin has an uncanny ability to screw with the human psyche."
"Steps towards complete decentralization"
"To a large extent, talented developers can pick and choose which platform they want to work on, based on the allure of its infrastructure, its potential to bring about real-world change and, inevitably, the spoils on offer in terms of salary and bonuses."
"In this piece, we are going to take a look at four top layer 2 blockchain solutions for dApps in 2020."
"To fully grasp the advantages of both crypto and blockchain technology, it’s best to first learn how the two are connected."
"Blockchains are computers that can make commitments."
"Using blockchains for monetization and data storage"
"What does 2020 hold in store for blockchain, tech, and global economics? Read the annual predictions list to find out..."
"One of the most important aspects to consider in blockchain technology is how this relatively new technology can help improve globalization — i.e., the process of interaction and integration of people, companies and governments worldwide.
"ZKP can be used for much more than just privacy. ZKPs are so versatily that it may redefine how blockchains work."
"Insights on quantum computing, its potential risk for Ethereum, and the efforts underway to standardize quantum-resistant public-key cryptographic algorithms."
"Android is open source, which means that users can freely change and distribute software, but its apps are not. Blockchain technology is also supposed to be open source, but that is not always the case."
"In the case of Bitcoin or Ethereum, a blockchain can be thought of as a shared, public database. Anyone can download a copy of this database and participate in adding new records to it."
"This is the second installment in the Ethereum 101 series. Previously, we explored blocks and how they’re linked to form a blockchain, then downloaded Ethereum Grid and poked around at real block data on a test network."
"Basically a Bitcoin ETF combines a traditional investment instrument, the ETF, with the most popular crypto asset: bitcoin. This creates a simple and legally compliant way to invest or trade the price of bitcoin that is accessible on the markets that investors are already familiar with. "
"For the past century economists have proposed a suite of theories relating to industrial dynamics, technological change and innovation. There has been an implication in these models that the institutional environment is stable. However, a new class of institutional technologies—most notably blockchain technology—lower the cost of institutional entrepreneurship along these margins, propelling a process of institutional evolution."