Episode 58 — Cities and the Blockchain — Crypto Critics’ Corner

Crypto Critics' Corner

Cities and the Blockchain Crypto Critics' Corner

Today Bennett Tomlin and Cas Piancey talk about the proliferation of cities associated with blockchains, why the concept in and of itself is silly, and go through some historical and current examples. If you'd like to listen to Bennett and Cas' other podcast, Innovated: Blockchain City, you can listen here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/innovated-blockchain-city/id1611390567

Cas Piancey and Bennett Tomlin discuss the history of utopian crypto cities, and the many ways in which they fail.

You can find our show Innovated: Blockchain City here!

Episode 5: Goes bust Innovated: Blockchain City

In Blockchain City Goes Bust Cas Piancey once again travels to Storey County in an attempt to understand how this utopian vision had crumbled and to hopefully finally get an interview with someone at Blockchains.  Bennett Tomlin and Cas both take a look at the reaction of the locals to the project, the discussions in the legislature, and try to understand how Governor Sisolak and Jeffrey Berns misjudged the demand for these new ‘Innovation Zones’.  Visit our website at protos.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
  1. Episode 5: Goes bust
  2. Episode 4: Romp in the desert
  3. Episode 3: Company towns
  4. Episode 2: Deep pockets
  5. Episode 1: Cryptopia
  6. Introducing… Innovated: Blockchain City

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