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Rebekah is a copy editor for ETHNews. She holds an M.Litt in Theology, Imagination, and the Arts from the University of St Andrews and an M.A. in Biblical Exegesis from Wheaton College. Her interests include Mesopotamian history, James Baldwin, and the study of how food intersects with memory, identity, and meaning-making.
Mar 23rd, 2019
Maybe Ethereum should take a page out of Hammurabi’s book – er, stele.
Mar 16th, 2019
A call for the removal of an Ethereum subreddit moderator has the community rethinking the ground rules for engagement.
Mar 9th, 2019
Blockchains involve trust. Should people trust them?
Feb 26th, 2019
In the wake of Afrigate, I talked to Taylor Monahan about her own experiences with social media criticism, and how she thinks the community can develop better discourse practices.
Feb 23rd, 2019
Has social media made us forget that words have power?
Feb 18th, 2019
Afri Schoedon tweets. The mob attacks. Neil Postman predicted as much in 1985.
Feb 17th, 2019
Meet the original Satoshi Nakamoto: Martin Luther.
Feb 9th, 2019
Approximately 57 percent of the earth’s population lives under authoritarian regimes. Blockchain technology can help.
Feb 1st, 2019
The conversation on Web3 infrastructure at AraCon 2019 moved from the intersection of architecture and adoption to blockchain governance.
Jan 25th, 2019
Eligma, which developed the Elipay app and Ljubljana's Bitcoin City™, is expanding its role as a central player in Slovenia’s emerging blockchain success story.
Mar 3rd, 2019
Cherie Aimée provides tools to bring trust to a trustless system. But is trustlessness in blockchains a good or viable goal?
Jan 23rd, 2019
The jury is in: Cryptocurrency exchanges don’t need a money transmitter license because virtual currency doesn’t count as “money” under Pennsylvania's Money Transmitter Act.
Jan 22nd, 2019
Falcon Private Bank claims it’s the first Swiss bank to introduce direct crypto transfers.
Jan 22nd, 2019
In the studio’s vision of a “customer-centric” utopia, centralized data aggregation goes the way of the dinosaur.
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