Op-Ed

There are a total of 303 articles associated with Op-Ed.

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Weathered crypto enthusiasts will find a freshly-glossed blockchain thesis in “Read Write Own,” a book they can proudly hand out to skeptical friends and concerned in-laws

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The only way to weaken this deceitful system is to starve it — users must simply tune out influencers altogether

It seems we’ve just traded scam accounts that pretend to be Musk for scam accounts that act like crypto industry leaders

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Whether intentional or not, it’s clear that some newly proposed legislation could crush any incentive for the free market to create new crypto advancements

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If DeFi can just figure out how to improve both security and compliance, nothing would stop traditional finance from entering the game

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Opinion: Even though I didn’t pay for my “Diamond Hands” burger with BTC, don’t let that fool you into thinking that crypto’s development is futile

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It’s not reasonable to expect someone who trades stocks on Robinhood to also have the ability to appropriately discern their risk with many RWAs 

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Valentine’s Day may inspire you to search harder for a partner, but declaring your love of crypto will not find you a perfect match

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A decade’s worth of meme evolution has led us to weird, wrong takes amid the 2024 presidential election

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And after Ethereum, it will be hard for the SEC to justify not approving NFT ETFs, DeFi ETFs and even ETFs for the top tokenized real-world assets

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Deep issues across the traditional gaming sector make Web3 the obvious next move

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DeFi founders must be willing to embrace the full extent of decentralization in their own projects

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If one of the only ways to save crypto is a return to its subculture roots, then Farcaster seems like it fits the bill

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Don’t get me wrong, bitcoin ETFs are good thing for the industry — but we can’t forget about bitcoin’s original ethos among all the price talk

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The coexistence of open source and patents in the crypto space actually encourages a healthy ecosystem for innovation

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No sane investor should be choosing a tokenized version of a product over the original if they have access to it

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What if the fight that started for ungovernable money has become something much bigger?

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Crypto’s lack of fashion sense (and lack of women) makes it clear that Stanley cups are not crypto enthusiasts’ water vehicle of choice

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Instead of hopelessly trying to convince institutional investors to “change Bitcoin’s code,” institutions could show a clear preference for cleaning mining practices

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Bitcoin right now feels like a kangaroo, hopping up and down, wanting to start the bull market again

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We all need money to live, but building, improving and maintaining public goods at the same time is a win-win for the world

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Without a fun game to play, adding in NFTs and Web3 to gameplay just doesn’t make sense

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Regardless of whatever changes it has undergone since its Twitter days, X still acts as the “ground zero” of innovation

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We don’t have to live out Einstein’s insanity — let’s champion innovation and do something actually new in Web3

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