“The important question is not that is decentralized or centralized. It’s that the potential for a monopoly is impossible.”— Noam Levenson
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- Did the Cryptocurrency Revolution Fail?
- Why Cyptocurrencies Won’t Be Irrelevant For Long
- Popping The Bubble: Cryptocurrency vs. Dot Com
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- An Undervalued Blockchain Market In China Is Good News For You
- Cardano: Ethereum and NEO Killer or Overhyped and Overpriced?
- Blockchains Need iExec: The Market Just Hasn’t Realized It Yet
- Request Network is more than just PayPal 2.0 — It could revolutionize the finance world
- NEO versus Ethereum: Why NEO might be 2018’s strongest cryptocurrency
- Why Ark Deserves Your Attention
Listen to more episodes of the Hacker Noon Podcast:
- Is Decentralized Governance The Future of Tokenized Assets? — with CoinList CEO Andy Bromberg: “A lot of the value of crypto right now has been in speculation and financial instruments, and so decentralized finance makes a lot of sense at first, but then moving to some of these other things, like decentralized governance, that seems like a natural next step as more and more people become involved.”
- Smart Contracts on Blockchain with Will Martino and Tony Pham: “Overall, where I see the whole space going, is the sharing economy — the Enterprise sharing economy. This is one where you’re redefining how consumers and businesses interact.”
- AI and Past Rediscovery with Robert Adamson: “The Earth as we know it is really simulated, some really advanced civilizations in the future could not computered in.”
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