Ethereum Is Going To Eat Silicon Valley Alive. Here’s Why
Many of the current dominators of technological business perform the same task. They serve as a trusted third party in a marketplace of providers and consumers. The trusted company enforces rules in the community, like how Facebook bans accounts that act outside the terms of service. Usually the same company that enforces the rules owns the service. They act as a trusted arbiter for disputes within the market. Usually, to help everything run smoothly, they provide a reputation system for both consumer and producer that enforces a level of good behaviour.
We can see at a glance how many Silicon Valley heavy-hitters act this way:
I wrote this story in my final year of high school. It's about life-extension, death, and purpose.
We blossom and flourish as leaves on the tree, and wither and perish—but naught changeth thee.
This is a play I wrote in 2010. I am proud to say it was selected as the best play in the state of NSW and performed professionally in a program called Writers OnStage. It's about a young man returning home. It's strange to read, all these years later, but some of the jokes still make me laugh. It's evidently the work of a teenager, and I hope you'll take it as such.