The $156 in bitcoin being passed via the “Lighting Torch” is a bigger deal than trillions in JPM Coins would be, writes Michael J. Casey.
Blockchain skeptics wrongly assume that the technology is in stasis, writes Michael J. Casey.
If blockchain is to be a force for good, rather than a vehicle of subjugation, advocates must contend with the backlash against Big Tech.
We’re at a point where any idea associated with tokens struggles for legitimacy and money. It would be a shame if we ditched token economics altogether.
“Staking as a service” is taking off. We need to think hard about what this means for crypto’s evolution, warns Michael J. Casey.
If a permissionless blockchain doesn’t have a large enough community of users, developers and miners, its vulnerable, writes Michael J. Casey.
A currency is nothing if not widely used, and that can’t be achieved unless people make some cost-incurring effort to encourage widespread usage.The post Crypto Token Airdrops Are a Marketing Ploy (and That’s OK) appeared first on bitcoinmining.s…
What happens if there’s another 2008-scale financial market crisis? Will diehard HODLers still resist liquidating their bitcoin assets?The post Bitcoin’s True Stress Test Is Yet to Come appeared first on bitcoinmining.shop.
China appears to have achieved the crypto community’s dream of a new internet of value, without blockchain. But there’s more than meets than eye here.The post What China’s Cashless Revolution Can Teach the West About Crypto appeared first on bitc…
A blockchain can contain garbage data but in many cases, it will still be better than the status quo. We might even find often that it’s a lot better.The post Blockchains Don’t Have to Be Perfect, They Just Have to Be Better appeared first on bit…