It’s Facebook’s Meta versus open DAOs. And the battle will come down to hardware, specifically, microchips.
Algorithmic governance as creating and mitigating vulnerabilities in "Decentralised Autonomous Organisations"
Kelsie Nabben 13 August, 2021 Suggested citation: Nabben, Kelsie. (2021). “DAO Vulnerabilities: A multi-scale DAO ecosystem mapping tool towards comput…
Blockchain communities are embracing, and funding, life extension technologies. The link stretches back to the cypherpunks' crossover with the transhum…
Crypto satellite companies are competing to provide blockchain services in space.
The great hash rate plunge caused by an exodus of miners from China shows large scale Proof-of-Work mining facilities are vulnerable to regulation.
Trying not to fail at Decentralised Autonomous Organisations (DAOs)
Kelsie Nabben 7 July, 2021 “Resilience” is an evolutionary concept in decentralised technology communities. Resilience was sought via distribution of c…
Kelsie Nabben & Michael Zargham June 4, 2021 Suggested reference: Nabben, K., & Zargham, M., “Resilience of the Commons: observing “resilience” in the …
Kelsie Nabben, in conversation with Lucy Bernholz (Stanford DARNit network), Althea Allen (Ethereum Foundation), and Marta Poblet (RMIT Blockchain Inno…
By Kelsie Nabben & Michael Zargham 22 April, 2021 Note: this is a pre-print of a draft for the Internet Policy Review “Glossary of decentralised techno…
Cross-posting the abstract of an Open Access article, emphasizing the need to understand blockchains as sociotechnical systems that take on meaning whe…