After Midterm Elections, ‘Experts’ Vehemently Oppose Blockchain Voting

After this week’s highly-fraught midterm elections, some commentators believe that blockchain is more useless than ever for voting. After Tuesday’s crucial midterm elections, commentators — many of them academics and researchers — reinforced the importance of traditional voting methods, offering a strong critique blockchain. Midterm Voices   NBC’s Jasmin Boyce reported on a number of voices that […]

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How New York Times Journalist Nathaniel Popper Monitors the Crypto Market

Nathaniel Popper is a New York Times journalist who covers fintech and cryptocurrencies. He is is the author of the bestseller, “Digital Gold: Bitcoin and the Inside Story of the Misfits and Millionaires Trying to Reinvent Money.” Popper describes the tools he uses to analyze the cryptocurrency market. Resources to Keep On Top of the […]

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How Self-Proclaimed Tech Know-Nothing Paul Krugman Got it Wrong… Again

For a man who, 20 years ago, claimed, that the internet would impact the economy no more than the fax machine, you’d think that Paul Krugman would know when to say nothing. But the economist and Nobel laureate took aim at cryptocurrency in a New York Times column earlier this year, as reported by Bitcoinist. […]

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