Category: Tezos (XTZ)

Privacy Is a Feature Not a Product

Editor’s Note: This essay was co-authored by Ryan Gentry and Matt Shapiro. Disclosure: Multicoin has established, maintains and enforces written policies and procedures reasonably designed to identify and effectively manage conflicts of interest related to its investment activities. Multicoin Capital abides by a “No Trade Policy” for the assets listed in this report for 3 days (“No Trade Period”) following […]

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The Unbundling Of Ethereum

Software is the encoding of human thought, and as such software is limited only by our collective imagination. Ethereum embraced this as the first computer that allowed anyone to program arbitrary logic on a trust-minimized, global, permissionless, censorship-resistant computer. This unlocked an incredible wave of experimentation. How could anyone have forecast the massive opportunities for Open […]

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The Long Game in Crypto: Why Decentralization Matters

The future of crypto hinges on a critical, yet-to-be-answered question about the role of decentralization in a blockchain-based network. The answer has tremendous implications for the industry and the way investors allocate capital across crypto-assets. The question is how important is decentralization and to what degree can we compromise on decentralization for particular use-cases? I […]

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What is Tezos (XTZ)? | A Beginner’s Guide to the Controversy Coin



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By RYAN SMITH This article was originally published at, follow this link to the original article ( Introducing the world’s first self-evolving blockchain, Tezos is a smart contract platform similar to Ethereum. While established virtual currencies like Bitcoin have stuck to their guns, Tezos sees the future of cryptocurrency as an upgradable path to success. Cryptocurrency tech is […]

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The Web3 Stack

This article was originally published by Kyle Samani at Multicoin Capital. Multicoin Capital’s mission is to accelerate the transition from the centralized institutions of the Industrial Age to the decentralized institutions of the Internet Age.   I have yet to see an actual illustration of the Web3 stack. So this is an attempt. Given how […]

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