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One view of the progression of digital technology has been roughly from amateur to professional, from open to closed, and from chaotic to ordered — as the early successes from left field of Google, Facebook, and Twitter enter publicly-traded adulthood. At the ripe year of 2017, are there still digital disruptions to be had?
The phenomenon (and increasing literal value) of cryptocurrency — and, for that matter, the foundational blockchain technologies on which it can be based — seems to indicate that there are still surprises from left field. What does the rise of cryptocurrency tell us about the state of cyberspace, and what should we expect — and hope for — next?EDIT PLAYLIST INFORMATION DELETE PLAYLIST
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|5.4||Show/Hide More||Vili Lehdonvirta and Edward Castronova, Virtual Economies: Design and Analysis. MIT Press (2014)|
|5.5||Raskin, Max and Yermack, David, Digital Currencies, Decentralized Ledgers, and the Future of Central Banking (May 1, 2016). Peter Conti-Brown & Rosa Lastra (eds.), Research Handbook on Central Banking, Edward Elgar Publishing, Spring 2017, Forthcoming . Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2773973|
December 31, 2016
Harvard Law School, Berkman Center
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