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Last September’s official restrictions have unleashed a wave of below-the-radar innovation.
“Inclusion happens when people in power use that power to bring people in rather than keep people out.”
Robleh Ali, former crypto specialist for the Bank of England, on why initial coin offerings are dangerous and how to make them more useful.
Every one is unique, but they have one thing in common: investors think they’re worth billions.
It turns out “secure” is a funny word to pin down.
A science fiction story for MIT Technology Review’s blockchain issue.
We take a look at who invented blockchains, what applications they’re useful for, and how they are made.
And we emphasize “maybe.”
The terminology makes the technology seem either baffling or boring. Here’s a guide.