About

Technology is so interwoven with our society that it is difficult to think of one without the other. Despite having this intimate relationship with our technology, we lack a clear understanding of what it is our how it will affect us down the road.

Bitcoin was invented in 2008 by an anonymous figure/group named Satoshi Nakamoto. This peer-to-peer, decentralized network produced a new form of digital currency, a unit of value not under the sway of central entities such as banks and governments.

Since then, many developers and entrepreneurs have pursued the possibilities of not only the Bitcoin application itself, but also the unique, underlying technology: blockchain. This digital infrastructure is still emerging, but it has the potential to bring significant change to many facets of our society and improve or displace many of the legacy systems imbedded in our lives. While many believe mass adoption is inevitable, there is still a barrier of entry in understanding and practice.

Tokenverse is the first site of a planned syndication network. Each site on this network will have a certain verve and specialty that will appeal to certain segments of the blockchain techno-social space. As the network grows, the content feeds will grow and diversify, making it an excellent source for visitors to tune into the goings-on of an accelerating industry and for projects to effectively signal-boost their work.

The goal of Tokenverse is to bring some clarity to this space for the benefit of the layman who may not understand the fundamentals or know about it at all. We accommodate a broad spectrum of experience and understanding in the blockchain industry. We will track projects in the works, interview the movers and shakers, publish news and observations, provide a knowledge base, and ultimately help end users navigate this expanding and exciting space.

 

TokenVerse loves a lively discussion or debate, but we expect everyone to do so in a respectful and polite manner.