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Laws like the Bank Secrecy Act, which turns 50 this week, have helped stop money laundering and terrorism. But KYC and AML requirements have served to harm the world's neediest through higher costs and reduced services.
The decentralized design of the web gives it the potential to be more privacy-preserving than any other system. Yet, there are long-range threats at play.
Tokens continue to show little correlation between usage and value, confounding efforts to build better valuation methods.
The Federal Reserve's “wait and see” approach to digital currency could deprive the U.S. of important fiscal and monetary tools as its rivals move ahead.
Cypherpunk historian Finn Brunton imagines a future where there are many internets, each making demands on your attention.
States still have the armies, the police and – on a good day anyway – democratic legitimacy. All of that still matters, and will for a long time.
Ben Golub, CEO of Storj, sends a complimentary note to Filecoin. Competition is good and so is countering the extreme concentration of cloud storage.
To avoid the fate of other p2p projects, DeFi protocols need incentives and feedback loops so users choose open-source over closed systems.
As Ethereum's 2.0 upgrade locks up serious ether volume, we're likely to see financial ideas that unlock value without undermining mission.
Miners are incentivized to keep Ethereum gas fees high, and in doing so limit one of the network's principal use cases.
Ethereum's shift to proof-of-stake will take conventional ETH out of circulation, replaced by a tokenized version of itself, says the CEO of Staked.
The new competitive arena in the so-called scaling wars is between Ethereum enhancers, not Ethereum killers.