Blockchain is a distributed ledger. Wearable technologies are smart devices. They don’t seem like they should go together, but they do.
Right now, we are in the midst of Industry 4.0. It will change the way we interact and communicate with one another on a global scale.
The World Economic Forum’s annual meeting, Davos, drew to a close recently. There was a lot of – surprisingly positive – things to say about blockchain.
With global cooperation, blockchain has the potential to revolutionise the way globalisation targets the marginalised of society.
The multitudes of different blockchain protocols make it difficult to choose the ‘best’ one. Which poses the question: why choose?
Most people might not consider blockchain to be the next widespread technology. However, it has more potential for 2019 than you might think.
If you’ve ever typed ‘Bitcoin’ or ‘Blockchain’ into Google, you’ve probably come across smart contracts.
With increasing anxiety around the lack of blockchain regulation, some people might find themselves asking: Is blockchain dying before it really got started?