Blockchains are defined by two qualities—they're sovereign, and they're permissionless. But are they mutually exclusive?
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Internet-native governance with Packy McCormick and Luca Prosperi
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The greatest trick the bull market pulled was making us believe that entertainers abusing their power meant, somehow, that they were standing up against…
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Could the web3 era of mass hyperfinancialization, anti-regulation, and artificial scarcity actually be... Marxist?
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In web3, platforms succeed by becoming protocols—which means people succeed by becoming platforms.
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a year in review
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The one thing you couldn’t own online until now is your own identity—which means you haven’t been able to be yourself. Data protocols like Ceramic are…
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why fractionalization and composability are the secret propellers of what's possible in web3
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Why individual talent is inevitably overrated and overindexed—even in creative fields.
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notes towards an e-eco-commons
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A few years ago, we might have accepted that the internet was killing religion. But what if it's making new ones in its image?
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Collectives have always failed historically. Will social tokens let them thrive?
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