Tezos Explained: “A supposed onchain governance”

While consensus protocols opened up a whole new world of possibilities, it also started a separate conversation about the human governance of these systems. While more objectively about the source code underlying these communal systems, these discussion inadvertently diverted our attention to the world we want to live in and our relationships with one another […]

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The current state of Ethereum education

Recently, ETH Prize conducted 84 core Ethereum community developer interviews in an effort to diagnose problems with the developer experience, education and other aspects of the dev tooling. These interviews asked a mix of the following questions… What do you do? What are the tools/libraries/frameworks you use? What are your biggest frustrations? What tools don’t […]

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