On Blockchain Skepticism

Anthony Malakian has his doubts about some of true benefits of distributed ledgers.


In journalism, a healthy dose of skepticism is required. This is especially true if you cover politics or technology—fields where embellishment (and straight out lying) are part and parcel of the game. Since none of us here at WatersTechnology is a technologist, in order to know what’s real and what’s a mirage, we have to talk to a whole lot of people and sift through hyperbole.

If you’ve ever read my musings on the topic of blockchain, you’ll know that I am highly skeptical of this emerging

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