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Video Of The Week: Private vs Public Blockchains

This is episode 6 of Trust Disrupted, which I blogged about earlier this week. It features many of my arguments in favor of public blockchains and also plenty of the counter arguments. I have no idea why I am holding my head at such a crazy angle in much of this. It hurts just to […]
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