Shattered Glass: why we need to stop deconstructing our superheroes | Film

This weekend sees the release of M Night Shyamalan’s Glass, the long-awaited follow-up to his 2000 superhero drama Unbreakable and his 2017 thriller Split. Like Unbreakable, Glass is interested in deconstructing the figure of the comic book superhero (and supervillain),

Cashshuffle Developer Says Privacy Project Nears Completion

Privacy One of the Cashshuffle development team contributors, Josh Ellithorpe, revealed on Jan. 14 that the BCH-focused privacy shuffling protocol is near completion. The developers are planning to run a security audit on the code and have launched a fundraiser

Here’s what to know about a pending ‘hard fork’ in ethereum

The looming hard fork of the ethereum network — the popular blockchain for crypto-related ventures — is scheduled for late Wednesday Eastern Time and unlike recent cryptocurrency forks, the change isn’t expected to create friction. The latest version of the

Term Sheet — Tuesday, January 15

Good morning, Term Sheet readers. While we’re all obsessing over Bitcoin’s price fluctuations, blockchain technology keeps advancing in its shadows. At least that’s what the CEO of newly-launched cryptocurrency venture Bakkt thinks. On Monday, Bakkt, which was launched by the

Russia: Cryptoruble Coming ‘Within 2-3 Years,’ Gov’t Official Says

Russia could introduce the Blockchain-based alternative to its fiat currency, the ‘Cryptoruble’, within “two to three years,” a senior politician has said. Aksakov: Cryptoruble ‘Will Not Differ’ From Fiat Ruble Anatoly Aksakov, chairman of the financial markets committee at Russia’s

Our Man At CES 2019 – Part Two: A Fistful Of Wallets

After thus far finding more talk about blockchain than actual products, I needed to up my game. What’s more, on Sunday, Ledger had announced the Nano X, whilst I was clearly at a different party. My plan was to head to