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The EOS Arbitrator Problem: A Crypto Governance Breakdown Explained

Dispute settlement in EOS is being handled by a group called ECAF, but its role – and how it should communicate – still needs to be figured out.

It's Too Soon for On-Chain Governance

The EOS governance disaster offers a strong reminder of how entrenched human mistrust can be difficult to overcome.

Parity’s Jutta Steiner says the future of blockchain is many chains working together

Few debates can get as heated in blockchain circles as the simple question: which chain(s)? Will a single public blockchain such as Ethereum become the one chain to rule us all, or will multiple
'Mum, please pay or they'll kill me': Congo's child kidnapping crisis

'Mum, please pay or they'll kill me': Congo's child kidnapping crisis

Beset by political and economic turmoil, the Democratic Republic of the Congo faces a fresh threat in the form of brutal abductors who hold children to ransom It’s been a year since Chantal buried her
Thai court drops charges for workers who claimed they slept next to hens

Thai court drops charges for workers who claimed they slept next to hens

Rare victory for migrants from Myanmar who were accused of defamation after they claimed labour abuses at poultry farmA Thai court has dismissed charges against 14 migrant workers who alleged labour
African Anti-Corruption Day is a call to action | Muhammadu Buhari

African Anti-Corruption Day is a call to action | Muhammadu Buhari

The absence of accountability has allowed people to steal with impunity, making Africans poor when they should be richThe mark of African political leadership has too often been characterised by the

Ethereum's Most Heated Tech Debate Is Proving It's Far From Over

A resurgence of debate surrounding fund recovery on the ethereum network shows the topic is still as divisive as ever.
Motorcyclists banned from wearing hoodies as Uganda gets tough on crime

Motorcyclists banned from wearing hoodies as Uganda gets tough on crime

President Yoweri Museveni moves to quell concern about rising crime with introduction of 10-point security planUganda’s president has banned motorcycle drivers from wearing hoodies in an attempt to
'Fake news' becomes tool of repression after Egypt passes new law

'Fake news' becomes tool of repression after Egypt passes new law

‘Broadcasting false rumours’ criminalised as government imprisons journalists and bloggers to stifle dissentWhen officers from Egypt’s National Security Agency came crashing into Amal Fathy and
'I was always a rebel who stood up for my rights': rise of a Tunisian activist – podcast

'I was always a rebel who stood up for my rights': rise of a Tunisian activist – podcast

When protests in Tunisia sparked revolution across the region and in the Middle East, Aya Chebbi found her political voiceGrowing up in a conservative family in Tunisia, Aya Chebbi was first noticed

Nobel Laureate Oliver Hart to Advise Blockchain Startup

Blockchain economics startup Prysm Group has added Nobel Laureate Oliver Hart and former Microsoft chief economist Preston McAfee as senior advisors.

Plz No Cat: The Future of Crypto Disputes Is Being Decided By Doges

Kleros, an ethereum-based blockchain resolution platform, makes you run a gauntlet of adorable shibes. But why? Very dispute, such resolution!
Jawar Mohammed's red-carpet return signals Ethiopia's political sea change

Jawar Mohammed's red-carpet return signals Ethiopia's political sea change

Two years ago, the state branded him a terrorist. Now, after years in exile, activist Jawar Mohammed is back – and determined to see democracy in his countryJawar Mohammed never travels alone. When
‘They wanted to kill us’: masked neo-fascists strike fear into Ukraine's Roma

‘They wanted to kill us’: masked neo-fascists strike fear into Ukraine's Roma

After a spate of brutal attacks on Roma settlements by far-right groups, authorities have been accused of failing to act. As the violence escalates, human rights groups are suing the police for
'It came at a great cost but it was worth it': Bangladesh protests – podcast

'It came at a great cost but it was worth it': Bangladesh protests – podcast

Our guest this week is a teenager who was involved in mass demonstrations in Dhaka that were sparked after two children were killed by a busThousands of students took to the streets of Dhaka at the
Indie rockers Side Effect channel the resilient spirit of Myanmar's youth

Indie rockers Side Effect channel the resilient spirit of Myanmar's youth

For years, one of Myanmar’s most popular bands worked in fear of an authoritarian military government, using metaphor and symbolism to convey their subtly subversive message. Now they are pushing ever
'It's a revolution': Indian officials deliver public services at people's doorsteps

'It's a revolution': Indian officials deliver public services at people's doorsteps

A home visit scheme aims to spare people the queues – and the bribes – often associated with a trip to a government officeFor weeks, Sudesh Kumar had been having a sinking feeling. His driving licence
Zambia sacks minister after allegations that UK aid was used for arms

Zambia sacks minister after allegations that UK aid was used for arms

President acts after UK joined Sweden and Ireland in suspending cash after accusations that £3.5m may have been embezzled in a long-running fraudThe Zambian president has responded to the British

One of Investors' Favorite Governance Blockchains Is Handing Over $20 Million

Investors are looking forward to Decred's new approach to blockchain governance – in part, because its devs are opening up $20 million in tokens.
Calls for UK to overturn aid freeze to Zambia despite corruption claims

Calls for UK to overturn aid freeze to Zambia despite corruption claims

Leading charity appeals to donor countries to reconsider action over allegations of fraudulent activity, with country on brink of financial crisisA leading charity has called for Zambia to be given