I particularly commend the James Mickens video.
eMusic’s plan: 1. Collect a large pile of money. 2. Write an all-new music platform that does everything! 3. Pay people in eMusic magic beans. This has a number of flaws.
The text of of my article “Approach Blockchain with Caution,” from last week’s City A.M.
Today’s post is in this morning’s City A.M. — with Scared Business Guy versus BlockBot.
Hughes’ report is full of exciting ideas — but only the excitement, and not the necessary substance.
The problem with special rules for “blockchains” is that there’s no definition of “blockchain” other than “whatever I’m trying to sell you right now.”
Pictures from York. And “Attack of the 50 Foot Blockchain” is cheap in Canada this month!
Polling company YouGov think that, with YouGov Direct, they can sell demographic data to advertisers in a suitably GDPR-laundered manner. Using … the blockchain!
The West Virginia blockchain voting pilot just records the votes in a private blockchain, used as a database. Apparently, this is a big win for voting on the blockchain.
Quinn DuPont’s book is going to be a good one, and you should get it when it’s out.