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Blockchain technology is in the early stages of transforming the Web and the world--certainly creators, and cryptocurrency holders, maintainers, and users, but also far beyond. In short order, likely touching nearly everyone through a new form for the Web, new forms of money, smart contracts, unparalleled automation, NFT and digital authentication and copyright, and governance will spawn further change. Please subscribe to the blog Blockchain and Society. The blog seeks to provide historically and socially contextualized reflections on blockchain and crypto development, use, opportunities, and challenges--especially on issues of capital, policy, and societal equity and ethics. The site is a blog that will and ever evolving resource site with glossaries, regularly updated reading lists, a Blockchain Historical Timeline, and much more. You can participate by subscribing and sending comments.
It is a blog and a resource site on blockchain, and social, cultural, political, and economic issues run by its principal, Dr. Jeffrey Yost. In the very long-term it may evolve to a nonprofit. For now, the near term, and the intermediate term, it is a side hobby on issues important to me, social possibility and social justice.
Blockchain and Society is a public history and social study of technology site and I elected to set up as my own blog, fund it myself, and do it on my own time.
Blockchain and Society is a personal site and does not accept donations. The primary goal is public engagement (within as well as far beyond academia) and promoting conversation on important issues of technology and societal inequality.
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Officially, Blockchain and Society is a Division of my Enterprise History, LLC. I am the sole proprietor and set this up years ago when I thought I might have more time to consult (I do consult some) but generate zero revenue from Blockchain and Society. The only income to Enterprise History other than a little consulting (history writing and oral history; not on blockchain) are typical ones of humanities and social science professors (my day job)--royalties on sales of my books and small honoraria for refereeing books for university presses, occasional talks, or writings.
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