After the disaster that was last week, let’s start with some good news. Actually, this news could be better than good. It could transform the world of crypto, and bring many more people into it. The news is that Ethereum will switch from Proof of Work to Proof of
Chasing the dragon. It’s a cool sounding phrase, with bad connotations. It’s usually used in relation to addicts, and their endless hunt for the blissful high that lasts a lifetime. That high, of course, doesn’t exist. And eventually the dragon will destroy you. The idea is applicable
If the UK really is going full crypto, and this isn’t all just some kind of weird publicity stunt by the Chancellor, we could be in for a wild ride.
Terra, Anchor and UST are reshaping the world of crypto… and providing a wealth of entertainment while they’re at it.
What happens when three maths PhDs look into the blockchain “trilemma” of scalability, security and decentralisation? They add privacy into the mix, make it a “quadrilemma”, and solve it.
Is it impossible to maintain, a Ponzi, the work of the devil… or is it a map for the future of finance? Let’s find out
IOTA isn’t just aiming to win, it’s aiming to change the game entirely… and it looks like it might just do it.
Fantom has some of the best attributes of any crypto I’ve seen to date. It also has some of the worst attributes of any crypto I’ve seen to date. Does the good outweigh the bad? Let’s find out.
Bitcoin solved the problem of trust in financial transactions. Mina is setting out to solve the problem of trust in data itself. It might just change the world.