We are witnessing a Cambrian explosion in the number of blockchain projects coming online. Per CoinDesk, we’ve already seen more ICOs in 2018 than in t…
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Today’s post is going to be short—I’m up in Boston right now for Blockchain Week and my schedule is jam-packed with meetings and events with early-stag…
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On Friday, EIP 1011 — the Ethereum Improvement Proposal for Hybrid Casper FFG — was published by Danny Ryan and Chih-Cheng Liang. You can read it here.…
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Today, Bitmain-owned mining pool AntPool announced that they are now burning 12% of their BCH transaction fees: Their official announcement doesn’t rea…
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If you follow me on Twitter, you know that I spend a lot of time thinking about governance. It is a topic that is misunderstood by both investors and m…
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Crypto has a wealth centralization problem. According to Jackson Palmer’s Are We Decentralized Yet? , 19% of Bitcoin’s supply and 35% of Ethereum’s sup…
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It’s pretty common these days to hear the critique that Delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS) protocols are too centralized with respect to block creation. I…
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I recently came across a surprising statistic — ForkDelta, the forked version of decentralized exchange EtherDelta, is quietly doing 1 million dollars …
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Ryan Sean Adams, Founder of Mythos Capital, posted a short but thought-provoking tweet storm this morning about non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and Ethereum…
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EOS, the coin that is consistently drawing the most buzz in crypto circles, went on an absolute tear yesterday. As of this morning it was up over 32% (…
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The Persistent Forker is an annoying but effective attack vector against tokens, and it’s something that I believe will be employed broadly across the …
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This development deserves a lot more attention—it now seems more likely than not that Ethereum will instate a hard cap of 120m coins. At least that’s m…
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