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“A bizarre mish-mash of hippie anarchism and economic liberalism beefed up with lots of technological determinism.” Software Engineer. Past: engineering lead on Agoric's smart contract framework.

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  1. June 06, 2022

    Glen Weyl, Puja Ohlhaver, and Vitalik Buterin argue that we should create non-transferable, initially public, “soulbound” tokens to represent commitments, credentials, and affiliations. This is a bad idea. Instead, we should make off-chain statements digitally signed with Ethereum private keys.

  2. June 05, 2018

    “Smart contracts aren’t legal contracts,” they say. They’re right. But that’s missing the point.

  3. May 09, 2018

    New technologies might help integrate communities living under local, customary property law into the global economy.

  4. February 13, 2018

    Blockchain technology and other advances help expand our ability to make enforceable agreements without the state.

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