philosophy

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Who Is Building Ethereum's Public Goods?
The aim of Web3 isn’t exploitation, but "regeneration" of nonstate and noncorporate infrastructure.
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The One Word That Defines Ethereum’s Goals
Bitcoiners aim for "hyperbitcoinization;" the world computer is built for "hyperregenization."
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What Happens When You Die in the Metaverse?
Ethereum’s founder proposed “soulbound tokens” to give digital identity value. Is there a price to be paid?
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Martin Shkreli Is Back. He Loves Crypto
The flawed former hedge fund manager is looking to reinvent himself as a crypto entrepreneur. Buyer beware.
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The Transhumanist Case for Crypto
If death is a disease, is bitcoin the cure?
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What Blockchain Oracles Do Not See
Blockchain promises an immutable history of on-chain data. But the “ledger of record” is merely a new way to manufacture consent.
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Did Laozi Dream of Blockchain?
The ancient Daoist philosopher has lessons for the crypto age, in the latest essay for Crypto Questioned.
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Love Bitcoin? Mine Your Values
Mining bitcoin can guide the network to sustainability, protect it from being commandeered and maintain decentralization.
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Building Systems We Don’t Understand
As much as we love decentralization and technological advancement, where do these aims fail us? Are we creating more problems than solving them?
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