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Music-Sharing Startup Audius Gives New Details on Twin Crypto Tokens

Blockchain startup Audius has revealed details of its decentralized music network's two tokens and governance system in a white paper.

This Meme Marketplace Uses Dummy Tokens to Draw Users in a Bear Market

Even before its protocol is live, District0x's Meme Factory has engaged its community in blockchain governance with a meme contest and fake tokens.

Vote Buying Scandal Stokes Fears of EOS Governance Failure

The world's fifth-largest crypto is being rocked by allegations the process by which its transaction history is determined is vulnerable to collusion.

Egnyte hauls in $75M investment led by Goldman Sachs

Egnyte launched in 2007 just two years after Box, but unlike its enterprise counterpart, which went all-cloud and raised hundreds of millions of dollars, Egnyte saw a different path with a slow and
'It's for my daughter's memory': the Indian village where every girl's life is celebrated

'It's for my daughter's memory': the Indian village where every girl's life is celebrated

Grief-stricken after his daughter’s death, the chief of Piplantri village declared that every newborn girl would have a tree planted in her honour. In the process, he sowed the seeds of cultural,

Decred Is Turning Its Entire $21 Million Crypto Treasury Over to Investors

Decred is handing control of its $21 million treasury and all aspects of the protocol, from consensus through staffing, over to token holders.
Women in Palestine face violence and political exclusion, campaigner tells UN

Women in Palestine face violence and political exclusion, campaigner tells UN

First female Palestinian activist to address UN security council speaks out over political marginalisation and domestic abuseWomen are being shut out of Palestinian politics and excluded from peace
Act now or a billion young Africans will be undone by 2050 – Mandela widow

Act now or a billion young Africans will be undone by 2050 – Mandela widow

Graça Machel warns ‘toxic combination’ of poor nutrition and lack of education pose major threat to future peace and prosperityNelson Mandela’s widow has warned Africa could become the continent of a
Aung San Suu Kyi stripped of Amnesty's highest honour over 'shameful betrayal'

Aung San Suu Kyi stripped of Amnesty's highest honour over 'shameful betrayal'

Organisation cites ‘apparent indifference’ to atrocities committed against the Rohingya by Myanmar’s militaryAmnesty International has withdrawn a prestigious human rights award from Aung San Suu Kyi,
Rights groups condemn 'brutal and humiliating' tests on gay men in Tunisia

Rights groups condemn 'brutal and humiliating' tests on gay men in Tunisia

Men suspected of sodomy are being subjected to anal examinations and confiscation of phones by police, with more than 70 gay men jailed last yearMore than 70 gay men were jailed by Tunisian
‘My father's murderers are still free’: taking on Mexico's violent underworld – podcast

‘My father's murderers are still free’: taking on Mexico's violent underworld – podcast

Investigative journalist Anabel Hernández has risked her life to expose corruption at the heart of her country’s violent ‘drug wars’. She tells Lucy Lamble why staying silent is not an optionAnabel
‘In my dreams I see my son’: Sri Lanka mourns its missing – in pictures

‘In my dreams I see my son’: Sri Lanka mourns its missing – in pictures

Nine years after Sri Lanka’s civil war ended, the spectre of the disappeared still haunts the country. Between 1983 and 2009, more than 65,000 people went missing. Marco Valle’s images reflect the
The world’s fastest-growing major economy is not prosperous enough

The world’s fastest-growing major economy is not prosperous enough

India’s perch on top as the world’s fastest-growing major economy is a paradox given its performance on social indicators. The country still lags its global…
South Sudan urged to end death penalty as evidence shows children among dead

South Sudan urged to end death penalty as evidence shows children among dead

Rise in state-sanctioned executions condemned by Amnesty International as ‘outdated and inhuman’Children are among those being executed in South Sudan, in an “extremely disturbing” escalation of the
Rohingya survivors: 'why do they want to destroy us?' – in pictures

Rohingya survivors: 'why do they want to destroy us?' – in pictures

In Cox’s Bazar, photographer Renaud Philippe met Rohingya Muslims who managed to flee the Myanmar military’s brutal crackdown. ‘The Rohingya Crisis: A People in Exile’ exhibition runs until 19 Jan at
Humanity is on path to self-destruction, warns UN special rapporteur

Humanity is on path to self-destruction, warns UN special rapporteur

On 70th anniversary of Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Nils Melzer says global community has failed to learn lessons of second world war As those who lived through two world wars die out,
Strategic Policy Governance – a System That Works for Publicly-Elected Boards

Strategic Policy Governance – a System That Works for Publicly-Elected Boards

In my travels around the U.S., I work with many different organizations, including public power companies. I work with their…
Will Africa’s first high-speed train be a £1.5bn magic bullet for Morocco? | Will Doig

Will Africa’s first high-speed train be a £1.5bn magic bullet for Morocco? | Will Doig

TGV trains will halve journey times from Casablanca to Tangier, but critics say flashy projects are no substitute for real reform“Many well-known guests have stayed here,” says Jimmy, the proprietor

Humans on the Blockchain: Why Crypto Is the Best Defense Against AI Overlords

The strategic use of blockchains will be essential in enabling humans to become meaningful long-term stakeholders in the future of governance, argues entrepreneur Santiago Siri.

Resisting the Threat of Blockchain Recentralization

In an op-ed written exclusively for CoinDesk, Chelsea Palmer argues that defining blockchain governance must be a priority for 2019.