What makes a nocoiner a nocoiner is not simply the absence of cryptocurrency from his investment portfolio, but his sanctimonious attitude about it.
Blockchain may be a revolution in finance – but it’s also weird, as this tour through the outer edges of crypto cyberspace proves.
Financial gains may be attracting new entrants, but that’s all the more reason to increase the emphasis on blockchain as a means for change.
Not for easily swayed, vlogger Mike in Space narrates a tour through the world of bitcoin memes (and mixed messages) of 2017.
The controversial founder of Defense Distributed, a manufacturer of 3D gun printers, has said his company is flourishing, in part due to bitcoin.
Could blockchain solve problems for America’s pastime? Tech enthusiast Josh Metnick gives the idea an epic at bat. Source
Blogger Jegar Pitchforth envisions how one summer entertainment staple – the theme park – could adapt to the advent of blockchain tech. Source
Can this radical new technology, blockchain, create the underpinning of a safer, fairer and more prosperous society? Source
The city of Hirosaki is raising bitcoin donations to help preserve a historic cherry blossom park and its castle. Source
10 ways blockchain could eliminate pain points for both travellers and travel companies. Source
It’s been a bumpy ride from the heights of a successful ICO to allegations of an ‘exit scam’. What’s been going on at Matchpool? Source
Three music associations have teamed up with IBM to create a blockchain solution aimed to protect the intellectual property of artists. Source
Blockchain technology can’t write songs or play instruments, but it might be able to ensure that those who do get the proper credit and compensation. Source
Matchpool is a new dating service that aims to bring couples together through the art of matchmaking – with a 21st century twist. Source
A new token created by Alex Batlin, global blockchain lead for BNY Mellon, could have surprising real-world possibilities. Source