The recent crypto bear market might have scuttled the hopes that cryptocurrencies can replace the U.S. dollar any time soon. However, certain types of Web3 projects still garner interest from investors. This piece analyzes three use cases that inspire trust in investors and keep the money flowing into the Web3 domain.
Life after Google is a critique of the high priests of Silicon Valley and the direction they have taken the American high-tech industry. Claiming that the current economic model and the way American academia operates are broken, George Gilder touts blockchain as a promising technology with the potential to help people build a different world.
People are not happy with the way things are. The recent shift from democratic rule to a more populist and authoritative brand of government across the globe attests to that. Can blockchain offer a solution? This blog post takes a look at the concept of "liquid democracy" and analyzes its pros and cons.
Despite all the heated debates going on about DAOs, nothing is set in stone with regards to their decision-making mechanisms yet. This blog post takes a deep dive into some of the most common voting mechanisms used by DAOs, analyzing their pros and cons.
ICOs, with their peculiar advantages, challenged the VCs for several years to become the primary source of capital for startups. That tide seems to have subsided now. This piece looks into how ICOs and VCs compare and underlines what VCs have done well to keep up with the times.
It won’t be Wall Street or the City of London that DAOs thrive in—DAOs are coming to tear those very places down. The Mecca of the DAO economy will probably be an unlikely town that plays its cards right and lays the necessary groundwork without hesitation.
DAOs may come with some technical challenges, but they also offer enormous potential to transform our daily lives. In this blog post, Bruce McFadden looks into a few use cases where DAOs might come in handy.
Imagine being able to produce proof of identity without complicated paperwork whenever you need to. Imagine that you can carry your credit history with you wherever you go. Imagine being able to keep your assets away from the prying gaze of the government. Ladies and gentlemen, meet blockchain.
So much is being said about Web 3.0 lately, and reality and fantasy get mixed up most of the time. In this piece, Bruce McFadden takes a look at the conditions that set the ground for the emergence of this supposedly revolutionary technology.