Requiring coders to track users’ behavior would essentially outlaw intermediary-free, off-the-shelf protocols and code that any third party can use.
Two recent hearings in Washington, focusing on crypto and the related trend of web3, signified a shift in policymakers' understanding of decentralized tech.
The old model is "work-to-earn." Increasingly we will see "x-to-earn" in crypto networks: play, learn, participate, invest, create, and more.
Projects that haven't yet achieved network effects don't have to spend meaningful money on sales and marketing when users are genuine owners.
The founder and CEO of market maker and investor Citadel gives his perspective on the frenzy that involved short sellers and ascendant retail investors.
Resources for those who want to understand, build, and otherwise get involved in DAOs
"On-chain reputation" means your contributions and achievements will be public and searchable — impacting hiring, financial services, and creator engagement.
To successfully build consumer-scale crypto experiences, developers must think beyond throughput and latency. The question should be: Can you actually use it?
An emerging model of gaming that provides real money for players is part of broader trends including web3, the future of work, and new types of networks.