CoinDesk Releases Cryptocurrency 2.0 Report

CoinDesk Releases Cryptocurrency 2.0 Report

CoinDesk's latest research report, Cryptocurrency 2.0, is available to download from today. Next-generation cryptographic applications (NGDAs), commonly grouped under the term 'cryptocurrency 2.0', are a class of emerging projects seeking to expand blockchain technology beyond the storage and transfer of money. CoinDesk's 56-page report provides a snapshot of the fast-changing NGDA ecosystem and a Who's Who of the diverse companies contained within it. At a time when many definitions of '2.0' companies remain vague, here potential investors can glean detailed information about what....


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[I’ve been working on Bitcoin] since 2007. At some point I became convinced there was a way to do this without any trust required at all and couldn’t resist to keep thinking about it. Much more of the work was designing than coding. Fortunately, so far all the issues raised have been things I previously considered and planned for.

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