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Bitcoin, fintech and DeFi can help Latin America become an interconnected and inclusive regional economy.
The decentralized design of the web gives it the potential to be more privacy-preserving than any other system. Yet, there are long-range threats at play.
What does the historical development of headphones tell us about the future of the internet?
Companies today control our domain names, the content we host and our access to the internet. By 2030, that will change.
Technology exists to serve people. Today, the situation is nearly reversed. Each of us is just propping up an engagement graph somewhere.
Self-help guru James Altucher sees a world where we can jump between virtual realities. Will it be a better world? Time will tell.
As the internet shifts to the open, decentralized standards of Web 3.0, can we find a balance between competition and cooperation?