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An early Facebook product designer-turned angel investor discusses how social media has changed and whether it can be changed again for the better.
Working with open-source software changes the development process, according to this researcher who interviewed hundreds of technologists across projects.
Law professor Zephyr Teachout discusses the recent antitrust hearings, how power impacts privacy and the "parallel governments" that Big Tech has created.
A recap show on wealth inequality, stock markets and taking it back featuring Jill Carlson, Michael Krieger, Daniel Lacalle, George Gammon and more.
A reading of Meltem Demirors new essay “Unintended Architecture” asks some key questions about intention setting for the future of Bitcoin.
From the size of a second round of stimulus to COVID-19 litigation to reshoring, last week previewed some key economic issues for the months to come.
“We accept 20 different cryptocurrencies for token purchases. The most popular ones are bitcoin, ethereum and litecoin,” Lara said.
Ethereum has always struggled with explaining itself to the world. With DeFi, it's found not only a new avenue of development but of self-definition.
The editor of the Morning Navigator newsletter discusses a variety of macro topics and how to trade against a very strange market.
Ethereum was always a wild experiment. Now, five years later, a few early believers explain why they are more bullish than ever.
A Bitcoin Core dev and her exchange partner discuss Bitcoin and privacy and how to incentivize more developers to contribute to the protocol.
Far from a fly-by-night, uneducated mania, the new day trader class represents a much more significant force for how public markets are changing.