Robinhood saga reveals deeper flaw in Web 2.0: Oasis Labs executive
Robinhood’s decision to stop trading several stocks, including GameStop (NYSE 🙂 and AMC, underscores a “major flaw” in the way the Internet exists today, according to Anne Fauvre-Willis, chief operating officer at Oasis Labs, focused on in privacy. Control is at the heart of the problem, Fauvre-Willis tells Cointelegraph, referring to the way that Web 2.0 interfaces require users to give up control of their assets. Continue reading on Coin Telegraph
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