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Hairdryers and Kettles as Blockchain-Based Provocations

Source: a video screenshot, Youtube, EU Science Hub – Joint Research Centre
Imagine household appliances, which double as blockchain-based trading machines that lower your electricity bills. They’ve been made, they exist and have been used to provoke people’s feelings and teach them about crypto.
Gigbliss is a project focusing on the energy sector, with Larissa Pschetz and Chris Speed fromSource: a video screenshot, Youtube, EU Science Hub – Joint Research Centre
Imagine household appliances, which double as blockchain-based trading machines that lower your electricity bills. They’ve been made, they exist and have been used to provoke people’s feelings and teach them about crypto.
Gigbliss is a project focusing on the energy sector, with Larissa Pschetz and Chris Speed fromRead More

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