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We exclusively invest in blockchain projects and innovative digital assets. We drive the global blockchain ecosystem by actively supporting projects that shape our future and the underlying blockchain adoption. By maintaining firm relationships with founders, wealth managers, protocol analysts, developers and high net worth private investors, we are able to align our networks to face any challenge. Decentralized Global is proud to play a versatile role in the crypto economy that is constantly developing.
Core digital infrastructure and services will likely be rearchitected in the coming decades. We invest growth capital in all areas of blockchain technology: DAOs, Infrastructure, new layer 1s, NFTs, DeFi, farming, gaming, social tokens, AI, VR, social networks, web 3 apps — and other pioneering ideas that have not been categorized yet. We analyze: network power, product innovation and go-to-market strategy when looking at potential investments.
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A Cypherpunk's Manifesto by Eric Hughes
"Privacy is necessary for an open society in the electronic age. Privacy is not secrecy. A private matter is something one doesn't want the whole world to know, but a secret matter is something one doesn't want anybody to know. Privacy is the power to selectively reveal oneself to the world.
If two parties have some sort of dealings, then each has a memory of their interaction. Each party can speak about their own memory of this; how could anyone prevent it? One could pass laws against it, but the freedom of speech, even more than privacy, is fundamental to an open society; we seek not to restrict any speech at all. If many parties speak together in the same forum, each can speak to all the others and aggregate together knowledge about individuals and other parties. The power of electronic communications has enabled such group speech, and it will not go away merely because we might want it to.
Since we desire privacy, we must ensure that each party to a transaction have knowledge only of that which is directly necessary for that transaction. Since any information can be spoken of, we must ensure that we reveal as little as possible. In most cases personal identity is not salient. When I purchase a magazine at a store and hand cash to the clerk, there is no need to know who I am. When I ask my electronic mail provider to send and receive messages, my provider need not know to whom I am speaking or what I am saying or what others are saying to me; my provider only need know how to get the message there and how much I owe them in fees. When my identity is revealed by the underlying mechanism of the transaction, I have no privacy. I cannot here selectively reveal myself; I must _always_ reveal myself."