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Crypto Art And Questions It Provokes

Crypto Art And Questions It Provokes

“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 Enigmatic Creator of Bitcoin Issuing a Book

The Enigmatic Creator of Bitcoin Issuing a Book

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

Utopian Ideas – Or Not So Much? Cryptocurrency's Feature that We All Misunderstood

Utopian Ideas – Or Not So Much? Cryptocurrency's Feature that We All Misunderstood

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