Loyalty: You (Probably) Don't Need Blockchain for It, Part VI

Instead of building expensive, unreliable and slow blockchain solutions with no added value as long as those blockchains are permissioned, loyalty programs would be better off using much more simple centralized solutions and using existing, well-known cryptocurrencies for gamification and settlement. But that would mean a bunch of expensive consultants would not get paid as much.

Evils of Australia's Minimum Wage

Progressive politicians think legislation is a magic wand, which makes laws of economics and the nature of humans disappear. Instead, they introduce a whole lot of unintended consequences and suffering for those well below their supposedly omniscient radar. 

Asset Management: You (Probably) Don't Need Blockchain for It, Part V.

In both movable and real estate assets, blockchain can potentially help with providing trustless, immutable ledger. However, the real challenge is elsewhere. With movable assets, it is in recording changes of the assets' states within complex operations of large organizations and groups. In real estate, it is in enforcing the ownership and a necessity for the governments to cease monopoly over law enforcement.