Can blockchain save journalism? The Magic 8-Ball’s best answer thus far appears to be “Outlook not so good.” Cryptocurrency hype has receded; an Ethereum token, which would have cost you $1,438 two years ago, can now be had for $166. Changing currency doesn’t seem to change anything fundamental about the news industry’s struggles.
But if it can’t save journalism, can blockchain still be helpful to journalism, in defined, targeted ways? That was the question raised last July by the News Provenance Project — a project of The New York Times’ R&D team in collaboration with IBM Garage.
On January 10, journalists across Turkey will mark “Working Journalists Day” to recall the struggle for the rights of journalists and their crucial democratic role in informing the public. The International Press Institute (IPI),
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