2016/07/22 5:00 AM
What is “cryptocurrency 3.0?” According to developer and cryptocurrency enthusiast Charles Hoskinson, it’s the stage reached after both “decentralized currency” and “smart contract” applications are achieved — the point at which governance and self-funding are addressed. But is that really the best order in which to achieve 3.0 status? Should governance and blockchain funding really come last?
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At a Coinscrum event, Hoskinson recently described that 3.0 crypto features the ability to identify stakeholders, thereby more closely eliminating those with conflicts-of-interest. Hoskinson dubs these individuals as the ideal voters, and that their vote should take place via the blockchain protocol itself, rather than via third party or “meta” means.
Hoskinson further says that things like…