Nozomi

Hayase

Nozomi Hayase, Ph.D., is a writer who has been covering issues of freedom of speech, transparency and decentralized movements. Her work is featured in many publications. Find her on Twitter @nozomimagine.

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Bitcoin's Unlimited Potential Lies in Its Apolitical Core
As bitcoin descends into party politics, contributor Nozomi Hayase makes an appeal for the community to unite behind its original ideals.
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Bitfinex Heist Rings the Alarm of Bitcoin Centralization
Should the Bitfinex hack be seen as a call to action? That's the opinion of Nozomi Hayes, who argues it provides evidence decentralization is needed.
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Cryptography as a Democratic Weapon Against Demagoguery
CoinDesk contributor Nozomi Hayase tackles democracy, corruption and bitcoin's security model in her latest Op-Ed.
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Why Bitcoin’s Scaling Debate is An Opportunity Not a Flaw
Writer Nozomi Hayase looks at how bitcoin's scalability debate should be seen as just another phase in the growth of the digital currency.
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Why We Should Care about Bitcoin Governance
The block size debate has yet to be solved and raises the important issue bitcoin governance – what does the future hold and why should we care?
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The Blockchain is a New Model of Governance
The blockchain provides an alternative governance model to the current system of oligarchic control, argues Nozomi Hayase.
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Bitcoin Paves a Way for Evolution of the Species
Nozomi Hayase looks at bitcoin in the context of Darwin's evolutionary theories.
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The Blockchain and the Rise of Networked Trust
From big cities to small villages – all around the world we are seeing a common current that weaves together the diverse actions of ordinary people.
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How Bitcoin's Block Chain Could Stop History Being Rewritten
Bitcoin's block chain can store more than transactions. According to Julian Assange, it provides a way to preserve history.
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