Anil Das, Atlantic
Before the term NFT or non-fungus token became mainstream, the concept of blockchain-backed systems for verifying digital art was a way to emphasize ownership rather than gain. Glitch’s chief executive Anil Das coined the idea for a system with an artist in 2014, and he explained how the idea of giving creators power over their creations “has acquired a commercially exploitative hype.”
Charles Holmes, Ringer
We’re within three weeks of the second high-profile series for Marvel’s Disney + and so far the studios are delivering everything a fan can expect. Showrunner and director Falcon and winter slider Discuss how the series catches on with the fact that the beloved hero is gone and his bitterness has been given to someone else.
Christopher Mimes, The Wall Street Journal
Computer chips have been using silicon for more than 70 years, but the component could soon be replaced, or at least combined with other alternatives, as the computing power gain begins to decline. The Wall Street Journal Explains how graphene, black phosphorus, transition metal decalcogenides and boron nitride nanosheets can be used in the next decade