I haven’t written a whole lot about this on my blog so far. Isabell and I are going away on a journey. A long journey! For the better part of this past year, Isabell and I have been planning a 6 months long trip. You can head over to Isabell’s blog to read about our … Continue reading Bye for now, London!
People or organisations often think about software security as only defined by the software itself. As long as the software has the right features I’m ok, right? In my opinion, the security of some program or digital asset is firstly defined by the human processes around it. This is the crucial bit that many people … Continue reading Software security — process, operations and software — in that order
I’ve worked with content management systems like Drupal and WordPress for about 12 years. I’ve been registered on drupal.org for over 10 years. It’s been very interesting to see how the technology and its user experience has evolved time. In this post I’m giving Gutenberg a short ride. The idea behind WordPress’ new content editor … Continue reading Trying Gutenberg
I haven’t had the mental capacity this week to think of my own topic for a blog post. So here’s a short list of interesting things and articles I found in the past few days. Brave with MetaMask MetaMask is the browser extension that let you browse decentralised applications on the Ethereum blockchain. And Brave … Continue reading Some articles I read this week
A friend just asked me where to find more information about Bitcoin and blockchain technology. Here are the links I sent to this person. First of all, bitcoin.org is a decent resource and a good place to start. But there’s some more much inspiring information out there. In that spirit, the first place I point … Continue reading Blockchain vs. Bullshit
When I grew up I was told by my parents to “never meet with strangers from the Internet” and “never get into a stranger’s car”. These weren’t just silly rules that my parents set out for me, but rational perception that society at large lived by. But today, I break these rules on a weekly … Continue reading “Never meet with strangers from the Internet”
Over the past ~1.5 years I’ve been blogging on and off about cryptocurrencies, blockchains and other related topics. The most popular pieces of content on my blog have been my entire series about How to Build Dapps on Ethereum series and a post about fungibility, dating back to the spring of 2017. A lot has … Continue reading What’s happened to cryptocurrencies?
In this third blog post in my tokenisation series, I will share some thoughts around price valuation of tokens. But before you read further you must know that there isn’t a magic formula that will tell you the true value of anything. At the end of the day, the space around blockchains and crypto assets … Continue reading Tokenisation part 3 – Price valuation
One of the things that needs to happen for blockchain and crypto assets to truly take off is – tokenisation of things. In this blog post I will explain what this is, and some important concepts surrounding this. What is a token? In the context of the digital age and blockchain technology, a token is … Continue reading Tokenisation part 1 – An overview
This is a short post to highlight some blockchain projects that are live and providing some sort of actual utility for general users. I’m not going to include projects that provide financial exchange utility, such as payment, trading etc. There are plenty of those projects, but they aren’t useful for the general user. Brave & … Continue reading Blockchain projects and dapps that already provide utility