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… my shoes what “right” is other than lie down and let them do what they want. I am no one’s victim. “How dare you bite the ankle of the man who put his boot on your neck- he might have been slightly hurt!”
…lso evidence of using the ERC processes for marketing stunts, getting publications and syndication. A direct result of lacking education on the standards process for wider audiences in the Ethereum community: press, enthusiast, investor.
Two actual meetings a year, with an emphasis on social interaction and interpersonal time. These are where ESIPers become friends and learn to laugh together. No papers are presented. Breakouts are for information sharing and learning. Networking is intense at ESIP meetings. With several thousands years of Earth data experience in the room, it’s the best place on the planet to get connected to others who have similar problems or interests. Two meetings a year keep the whole group more active throughout the year.
Scientists show up at work or online already fully engaged… in their own research. They don’t need the offer of a group tour rate to cruise around New Zealand on a boat, nor another term life-insurance policy. What they need is to follow their passion: the passion of the scientist, of the knowledge explorer.
For the first time in human history, cities are home to more than half of the world’s population, and the work that happens within them represents 80% of global economic output. And yet underneath the hood of some of our greatest cities, you’ll often see unimaginable poverty, insufficient housing, transportation gridlock and poor air quality.
I’m not calling for a cryptocurrency ban or suggesting it’s guaranteed to happen. Cryptocurrencies have incredible potential to transform not only the financial sector, but vast regions of life and public policy. But the blockchain community’s trumpeting of features they love without attention to the public goods that citizens actually value is dangerous for the future of this technology. We need to think critically about how to protect consumers in case these technologies become mainst…
…on’t have the same kinds of crises that have happened for taxi drivers that invested in medallions. We need to think about how cryptocurrencies will support the public funding and spending that benefits all of us, so that we aren’t just using collective dislike of the banking system to dismantle a system that provides us with important goods. Today, Gary Gensler is arguing that many cryptocurrencies are noncompliant securities and will be t…
My name is Matt Lockyer. I have no job, no affiliations and no tokens to sell 🤣 I love saying that. I started ERC-998 because I saw the wave of projects coming that would need to support this functionality and wanted the community to work together to do it right. I am not Mr. Composable or Mr. ERC-998. I am not the leader; only the facilitator. I’m here to work for the community and synthesize the ideas, design and knowledge of my brilliant colleagues.