Decentralized Contingencies

July 25, 2019 by Sharon Moran A Wired article published last month titled, The Cypherpunks Tapping Bitcoin Via Ham Radio highlights the need for contingencies to maintain the bitcoin blockchain. The article featured the efforts […]


Native American Cryptocurrency

July 23, 2019 by Sharon Moran What is Native American Cryptocurrency? In order to fully understand and appreciate Native American Cryptocurrency, it’s helpful to understand the Native American approach to mathematics. After all, cryptocurrency relies […]


Latin Words for Crypto

July 13, 2019 by Sharon Moran I previously wrote about how Cryptobellum got it’s name. If Cryptobellum were an actual Latin word, here is what its’ declension would look like:   While we’re at it, […]


What is Metamining?

Tuesday, May 28, 2019 by Sharon Moran If you’ve never heard of metamining before, don’t worry. It’s because I recently coined the term. My exposure to Bitcoin dates back to June 12, 2009. It’s the […]


Voting Systems on the Blockchain

November 6, 2018 by Sharon Moran There has been much discussion in cryptocurrency communities about voting systems on the blockchain.  At first glance, it appears that the blockchain is a natural fit for voting.  However, […]