Crypto Empowering Afghani Women
This illustration is about the rise of Afghani women who use cryptocurrency and blockchain based smart contracts to elevate themselves above the corruption and limits of their government, which often squanders women’s opportunities for professional success.
Push vs. Pull: The Difference Between Paying in Crypto and Paying with a Legacy Bank Issued Card
Push vs. pull payments explained: Two people split a restaurant bill - one pays with crypto, the other pays with a debit card. The one paying in crypto essentially pays with cash - pushing the amount owed without revealing her personal information. The one paying with a debit offers all the cash in the account, along with her personal information, asking for what’s owed to be pulled from it by the server. When she leaves a tip, she essentially leaves a briefcase with an account’s worth of cash on the table with instructions of how much to take while hoping other personal information remains safe. If she notices an incorrect charge on a bank statement, the bank will probably reimburse, but there’d be no need for banks to reserve a pool of money to cover fraudulent charges if bank issued cards and systems were better designed for moving money securely.
Ethereum Better Preventing Illegal Use of Copyrighted Work
Through non-fungible tokenization, one-of-a-kind artwork can be ‘tagged’ (pegged) with a unique code, certifiably documented, defined, and owned by you by uploading it to the blockchain as an Ethereum token. Think of a non-fungible Ethereum token as $1 with a portrait painted on it. $1 = $1, but $1 is not the $1 with that specific artwork on it - it’s not an interchangeable bill like the rest of the dollar bills in circulation.