— Mark Storm (@marksstorm) March 4, 2018
Vision: algorithms will make hiring better as they don’t discriminate
Reality: “One HR employee for a major technology company recommends slipping the words “Oxford” or “Cambridge” into a CV in invisible white text, to pass the automated screening.”
— James Ball (@jamesrbuk) March 4, 2018
Global, secure p2p messaging with no intermediary? Like Whatsapp but without Whatsapp. Like Messenger but without Facebook. Another thing you'll be able to do with @SovrinID and #DIDs. Check the very first tech tutorial from @evernym #techiesonly. https://t.co/zpqfmRKf44
— Andrew Tobin (@ACTobin) March 1, 2018
Mark Carney: "Given their anonymity, cryptocurrencies are used to shield illicit activities. This cannot be condoned."
…says the man who produces the UK's most popular anonymous payments medium, the £50 notehttps://t.co/009COXBhiG pic.twitter.com/TPIuhpWcch
— JP Koning (@jp_koning) March 2, 2018
WARNING: Ledger does NOT provide customer support over the phone. Beware the scammers impersonating the Ledger support team by using 1-888-XXXX (or others) phone numbers. Don’t give control of your computer to strangers and NEVER reveal your 24 words to anyone!
— Ledger (@LedgerHQ) March 1, 2018
"If we have any chance at a usable decentralized future, the experience needs to be like Airbnb. I explore places. I find a place. I click a button. I am booked. That’s it." – The Future of Ethereum Doesn’t Have Wallets https://t.co/X5p97sfARm
— Bart Suichies (@bsuichies) February 27, 2018
there is validity in this critique. *voice first* tech is about language as transaction. human language is much more than transactional. it is imperative we think thru the unintended consequences. @BrianRoemmele @BrettKing any thoughts?
— pascalb❄️uvier ≠ (@pascalbouvier) February 24, 2018