(Justin Deschamps) What kind of world could we create if we used modern technology to reform civilization? How could a decentralized system better serve the people? Could we finally put an end to widespread corruption, institutionalized oppression, and hardship?
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(John Vibes) A group of scientists is using blockchain technology to stop Monsanto from patenting cannabis strains.
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(Stillness in the Storm Editor) Martin Armstrong is arguably one of the most influential and successful economists in contemporary times. I was recently turned on to Armstrong's blog by a colleague.
In the past, Armstrong developed an incredibly effective forecasting model that allowed him to essentially predict stock market trends with great precision. He was noticed by the US Government, who offered to buy the technology. Armstrong refused, and has since that time provided financial advice to the public via his firm, which is one of the few ethically successful institutions of it's kind—so I have been told. In order to forecast properly, an eclectic and diverse view of the world was needed. In cultivating that view, insight into the underbelly of our world can be gained, which we can benefit from by digesting his reports, should we feel called to do so. As such, consider the following update about Angela Merkel's push to limit economic freedom and censor free speech.
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(Dawn Luger) When it comes to blockchain technology, the core technology underpinning bitcoin, the digital currency that operates on a decentralized swarm of computers, there are many other applications as well. A real revolution may be unfolding all thanks to the technology which underpins bitcoin.
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