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Blockchain technology will change the world. This isn’t hyperbole – this is fact. Since humans became human, we have traded our time, services, and goods. And since the dawn of history, we have relied on imperfect methods of tracking those transactions. Which is why we have contract lawyers.

But blockchain technology finally delivers genuine trust to the business of business. With an immutable digital ledger, we can see what really happened when Tom, Dick, and Harriet made a deal – and who kept their side of the agreement.

Blockchains and smart contracts will literally change the way we interact as a species – and perhaps humanity will even do better, when our truths (and lies) are laid open for the world to see.

Kinit First Impressions of Kin by Kik App

Kinit Beta: First Impressions Of The $100M Kik Product

There's one problem facing a lot of blockchain projects: many of them seem to have more engineers than users. It’s a bit like those giant...
EU Blockathon is indicative of positive European blockchain sentiment

EU Blockathon Offers €100,000 To Blockchain Geniuses

The EU Blockathon is a new competition designed to attract coders and blockchain experts from around the world to create solutions that will enable...

Radar Relay Targets Tokenized Shorts

There’s good news for Dr. Doom—you can now make money when crypto crashes, without needing to go through Augur or a centralized exchange.  Radar...
Infura could be a centralized trap for Ethereum

Infura: Developers Best Friend Or Centralized Hazard?

Ask Google to explain Infura, and the first link has the title: “Why Infura is the Secret Weapon of Ethereum Infrastructure." At the surface...
Chainmerger Could BTC And BCH Ever Become One Again

Chainmerger: Could BTC And BCH Ever Become One Again?

Hard forks litter cryptocurrency. Not all are destructive, but those that make the news are the community disagreements that create irrecoverable splits. Ethereum (ETH) and...
Iota could fly after coordicide

IOTA Gets Ready To Fly After Coordicide

IOTA (MIOTA) is about to commit coordicide. No need to dial 911, it's not as morbid as it sounds. The IoT-powered project is moving...
Bear market threatens bitcoin miners

Bitcoin Miners Navigate A Crypto Minefield

When the Bitcoin (BTC) price crashes, most investors first worry about their portfolio, but their second thoughts likely shift towards the miners. After all, the...
Arizona crypto tax law clears Senate

Praising Arizona: Crypto Tax Bill Is Visionary

In a highly anticipated move, the Arizona senate has just passed a bill that makes it possible for state residents to pay their taxes...
Decentralizing The Dollar Part 2 - Algorithmic stablecoins and Kowala kUSD

Decentralizing The Dollar:  A Dollar Without a Dollar

Stablecoins are in the news today as Tether goes under the microscope once more. In this three-part series Andrew Ancheta casts an eye over...
Proxeus Beta succumbs to Jurassic Park syndrome

Welcome To Crypto Park: Review Of Proxeus Beta

One of the most worrying trends in cryptocurrency is the tendency to over-rely on code and programming to prevent accidents. It’s the “Jurassic Park” problem—clever...

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