Over the next 12 months, we will see project treasuries “unlocked.”

Saying treasuries will be unlocked implies they are “locked” today. Indeed, the vast majority of tokens in project treasuries aren’t being used for anything — tokens are sitting in contracts collecting dust.

Just one reference point on the astonishing…

The blockchain race is Ethereum’s to lose, and it’s not even close. If you think of Ethereum as a development platform, it has it all: a strong brand, many developers building on top of it, and scalability solutions on the horizon.

The question on everyone’s mind is this one: can…

General Patton centralized command with himself. How would you compete with “Bandito?”

“They’ve got us surrounded again, the poor bastards” — Creighton Abrams

I find it odd that people who talk about decentralization often don’t know the pros and cons of it. That’s a shame, because they will almost certainly end up losing money investing in things they are uncertain about.

As…

It seems Clayton Christensen has become the Michael Porter of the third millennium, having his book, The Innovator’s Dilemma (TiD), quoted in all sorts of articles, talks, and even other business publications. You can’t read a single WSJ or NYT article without seeing the word disrupted. Companies go out of…

Larry Sukernik

Solving a single equation with two unknowns.

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