“It’s important that artists capture a certain kind of moment in cultural and technological evolution,” says curator of digital art the Whitney Museum of American Art. The cultural evolution charts a course to the crypto future. In this post, I will take a look at multiple pieces of art inspired by or dedicated to cryptocurrency. read more
The post on nakamotofamilyfoundation.org introduces an excerpt of the book apparently written by Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of the first and still biggest cryptocurrency – Bitcoin.
Up to this day the crypto community isn’t aware of Satoshi’s actual origin, name, nor if it’s a single person or a group of people. Yet the post clarifies that the pseudonym “…is not a real name. Specifically, not a legal name. It is primarily the essence of thoughts and reason.” read more
This morning, bypassing the dull routine, I had directly dived into the seething pool of unhackneyed minds’ outgivings on Medium and ran into an article that seized my attention: "Why Everyone Missed the Most Mind-Blowing Feature of Cryptocurrency." I ingested the text for breakfast and by the lunchtime had already formed my response. So, what does the author consider the most mind-blowing feature of cryptocurrency? I wish he let us know the answer somewhere at the beginning of the 16-minute long read, but alas. And I won’t be indulgent either. read more