James Felton Keith is running for a seat in New York’s 13th Congressional District. Keith talks about universal basic income, owning one’s personal data, and Elizabeth Warren’s plan to break up big data companies.
Rabbi Michael Caras, also known as the Bitcoin Rabbi, talks about the similarities between Judaism and crypto culture, writing a bitcoin children’s book, and the special Passover message he has for his Twitter “congregation.”
Roger Ver talks about why he thinks insider trading isn’t a crime, what he learned in prison, and how he deals with flack from the BTC community.
Blockchain forefather W. Scott Stornetta speaks about the process of developing blockchain technology, the emergence of cryptocurrency, how being a theoretical physicist has informed his blockchain-related research, and how to create more positivity in the crypto community.
Eighteen-year-old Justin Zheng talks about using biometric data to prevent people from losing their private keys, the process of finding a co-founder, winning the Pioneer tournament, and how he is balancing school and blockchain projects.
The International Monetary Fund’s managing director says digital currency is “shaking the system” and must be strictly regulated and held accountable or the banking sector could become unstable.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation’s associate director of research, Gennie Gebhart, talks about the effect of government surveillance on marginalized communities, Facebook’s privacy problems, and why blockchain technology may not improve data privacy.
ETHNews talked to AZTEC CTO Zac Williamson and CEO Tom Pocock about how the zero-knowledge protocol could bring confidentiality to blockchain transactions while benefiting from the public nature of Ethereum.
“Just like you probably wouldn’t live in a house without a concrete foundation, you probably wouldn’t want to participate in a metaverse that isn’t built with an open blockchain.”
The open-source project and the standards-setting organization want to change the misconception that they’re competitors. We spoke to both about how they’ll work together.