The world belongs to those who show up, says Brantly Millegan, former operations director for Ethereum Name Services, who cautions technology will move forward whether we become a part of it or get left behind. Matthew Pinto, creator of the upcoming Catholic/Crypto Conference, offers that, as with the advent of the internet itself in the mid-1990s, these new technologies present the Church with new opportunities for ministry. The article is entitled, “Crypto, Blockchain, Web 3.0: What Catholics Need to Know.”
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