Vellir #22 → The cookies are crumbling
How sensible policy is paving the way for a new data revolution, with ownership at its core.
Vellir #21 → Decentralised government (DeGov)
Decentralised government (DeGov) is a new concept about how web3 tools, applications and incentives could help to support effective government and improve democratic institutions and processes.
Vellir #13 → Could the UK become the home of crypto?
Why might the UK want to become the home of crypto and how it could go about doing it?
Vellir #12 → Can web3 help democracy?
Web3 isn't a panacea for democracy. But could the technology and applications help to rebuild trust in government and public institutions?
Vellir #10 → Web2.5
Despite the market turmoil, there are still reasons to be confident about the underlying trends in crypto. One reason is what we've called web2.5 – combining the power of web3 functionality with the user experience, familiarity and distribution of web2.
Vellir #9 → Establishing crypto institutions
If blockchains are like nation states, what can the crypto industry learn from international institutions like the UN, IMF and WTO?
Vellir #7 → Does crypto challenge state sovereignty?
Crypto challenges some core tenants of state sovereignty. But is there a way this can be reconciled? Or could crypto even strengthen nation states?
Vellir #6 → Politics, power and crypto
The geopolitical case for crypto and web3 – protecting freedom of speech and promoting the rule of law