Blockchain technology first appeared in 2008. First called block chain, it was invented by an entity known as Satoshi Nakamoto as a distributed transaction ledger for the bitcoin, also invented by the same person or people. No one knows who Satoshi Nakamoto is, or even if he/she/they is a person or a group of people. The invention of the blockchain was... Continue Reading →
By the mid-2020s, PwC expects blockchain-based systems will be leveraged by leading enterprises with the aim of reducing or eliminating categories of validations and verification friction to streamline all kinds of transactions. https://thefinancialbrand.com/65247/blockchain-bitcoin-banking-trends/?utm_content=buffera7ef4&utm_medium=social&utm_source=linkedin.com&utm_campaign=buffer
Blockchain - what is it? For those familiar with it, it might surprise you to realize how few people have even heard of it. Blockchain is an extremely promising technology in our endless search for ways to increase computing power, speed and security. By eliminating the "middle man," both security and speed are automatically increased, which by itself could be considered an incredible increase in computing power. Many startups are going this way. Banks, insurance companies, video games and more are either seriously considering it, or already using it.