• India revisits crypto ban
    Asia & Australia,  Commentary,  Cryptocurrencies,  Politics,  Regulation

    India May Ban Cryptocurrency Payments

    The threat of decentralization scares the country’s central bank

    India’s Parliament is soon to enter winter session, and many legislators are pushing for the banning of cryptocurrency as a form of payment, but Indian investors could still buy and sell it as an asset. The government is also currently working on a bill that would ban advertising by crypto firms within the country. This would include any platform or exchange on which you could buy or sell cryptocurrency. The Reserve Bank of India, the central bank of the country, is aiding in pushing much of this crypto reform.. They have held numerous closed door meetings in the past few weeks with the government about how to address this issue. …

  • decentralized web 3.0 protocols
    Commentary,  Technology

    The Future is Decentralized

    Combining blockchain and open protocols can create a Web 3.0 free from the power of centralized mega-corporations like Amazon, Google, and Facebook is within grasp

    Today, control over the internet is increasingly centralized in the hands of just a few big tech companies. Decentralizing the web through new technologies like blockchain and decentralized protocols can ensure that the web remains community-focused and user-oriented, just like it was originally intended to be.

  • Nonprofit decentralized platform launches
    Technology

    Dazaar offers content creators decentralized payment with no cut at all

    Dazaar says those who create and monetize content on its platform will keep 100% of their profits—and they can be paid in a crypto or fiat of their choice

    The peer-to-peer, open-source protocol said it wants to help individuals and organizations monetize ideas and data by allowing them to reach their desired audience without relying on a middleman. In a twist from rival platforms, users will be able to choose exactly how they get paid rather than relying on a platform-specific token.