Hi David. Good question, thanks. We’re keeping our options open on the underlying blockchain tech. We think the Ethereum guys are super smart and are moving at impressive speed to workable solutions, but if we have to port over to a blockchain that’s superior in the future, we’ll make that call.
Hey Shaikh! The organization, RootProject, takes over the project. The labor cost of the project is part of the point of the project, helping lift people out of poverty.
Hey Matt — I can’t tell from your photo if you’re my college buddy or if you just coincidentally have the same name and general visage.
Anyway, I thought I’d put the link in the mention of “whitepaper.” Thanks for catching that, it’s up there now.
Thanks Wings. As a big data & time series econometrics guy, love your stuff. We’d love to be featured with you guys.
In the white paper, one of our favorite ideas is about how to make asset behavior much smoother w/in the crypto space. in conjunction w/ your stuff, it could be an incredible model. we should talk…
Your article + David Bowie’s passing +Trump = my 2016.
Hey Scott — great article, but what are your thoughts on taking your credibility arguments one step further, laying the ultimate blame to market structure, as opposed to just one firm? It’s on my mind because: https://medium.com/@nickadamsjudge/sharings-potential-5e0a8764ce9c
Hi David, interesting article. My one thought: what about the difference between an initially-disruptive idea that gets wrapped in a decade’s worth of traditional market-based service deliveries, as opposed to continual, on-going disruption?
I wonder your thoughts on my take on the economics of sharing…