Martin is a nerd of various stripes with an affinity for paradox and interests in systems design and trans-disciplinary intersections. Martin is a child of the world having lived in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Israel and currently Taiwan.
Upcoming Prediction Market dApps: Flux and Helena. Interest and Niche-specific PMs.
Advances in the domain of decentralized prediction markets and Ethereum-powered event derivatives as protocol overlays and composable services.
The Fate of Satoshi's Vision: A Fork of a Fork of a Fork and an Appeal to the Law.
Decisive steps have been taken against BSV (Bitcoin Satoshi Vision), Craig Wright, and Calvin Ayre after the community decided it has had enough.
Martin Armstrong on Cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin, Ask-Socrates and the "Real Economy"
Economic forecaster Martin Armstrong on Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies and an explanation of Socrates, a SaaS economic forecasting engine.
Szabo's Law and Decentralized Crypto-Governance (Part 2)
Part two in our analysis of decentralized crypto governance continues the discussion about the sovereignty of code and "Szabo's law".
Szabo's Law, Crypto-Libertarianism, Techno-Utopias, & Decentralized Governance Part 1
A look at decentralized governance from Szabo's law to Bruce Schneier's crypto-economy critique and Vlad Zamfir's thoughts on crypto governance.
An Interview with Bharath Rao, Founder/CEO of Leverj
The Founder and CEO of Leverj discusses his background in fintech, distributed financial systems, stablecoins, predictions markets, and more.
Wrapped Tokens, Crypto-Derivatives and Candidate Ethereum Standards (ERCs).
Introducing Ethereum wrapped tokens, managing DAO institutional/regulatory bodies, Ethereum standards and their specifications.
Part 2 of 2: Zero Knowledge Proofs - Implementations and Applications (Zcash to Ren)
A brief overview of zero-knowledge proof implementations/applications in blockchain-based systems (e.g., Ethereum, Zcash, Leverj, Coda, REN).
Zero Knowledge Proofs Part One: The Cryptographic Protocols and Their Variations
Part 1: A brief overview of zero-knowledge proof protocols and their applications in blockchain-based systems (e.g., zk-SNARKs, zk-STARKs).