Who can I expect to find in the Blockchain space? Developer — A developer is an individual that builds and create software and applications. He or she writes, debugs and executes the source code of a software application These are as close to deities you’ll find in the space. Honor them. Lurker — A lurker is someone that followsContinue reading “Want to Contribute to the Blockchain Space, but Don’t Know Where to Start? I Have Answers.”
I’ve pitched the idea of ODIN.Chat to anyone who will listen. I can’t express how strongly I believe applications like this are an absolute necessity in 2019. However, when I explain ODIN.Chat to non-crypto enthusiasts I’m almost always met with the same response, “hmmmmm… isn’t that for like … criminals?” As if an expressed interest in privacy is suggestive of character, or lack thereof.
We’ve entered an era of free, but at what cost? If you’re anything like me, you’ve never paid for an application. Okay, I take that back. I’ve been persuaded a time or two to opt-in on a freemium model to unlock certain features. But when considering my primary app usage: Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, (you getContinue reading “Returning Data Ownership to the Individual”
Trust and Transparency
For a blockchain project such as ours, the most important thing is retaining the sense of trust our community has in us. This means continuing to operate in an open and transparent manner and to ‘bake’ those ideals into the very core of work, i.e. the codebase itself. If anyone can read how the system works, then they can see for themselves that we ‘walk the walk’.
Introduction This article intends to give my thoughts and opinions on open source systems and how ODIN Society, the governing body of ODIN Blockchain plans to leverage the benefits of such. Definitions ODIN Society — a non-profit co-operative organization owned and operated by its members. Open Source — pertaining to or denoting a product or system whoseContinue reading “Open Source Technology’s Intimate Relationship With Privacy Part 1 of 2”