Global Mining: 51% Attack. The End of Decentralization
03 September 2018 20:01, UTC Daniil Danchenko
Those who control 51% of hashrate, control bitcoin, and those that control the bitcoin, control the cryptoverse
Fintech: Forced Financial Evolution
31 August 2018 18:08, UTC Daniil Danchenko, Catherine Lange
Something that seemed like a forced measure ended up being fleshed out as completely new industry, that threatens to change the banking industry as it is .
Artificial Intelligence: The Transformation of Humanity To Begin In 5-7 Years
31 August 2018 20:03, UTC Anna Zhygalina, Catherine Lange
School teachers will be replaced by “digital” ones and neural networks will take jobs from millions of specialists by 2030. AI will make our lives easier and ... make choices instead of us?
DLT: How To Make Money on Freedom of Speech
27 August 2018 12:47, UTC Oleg Koldayev
Blockchain networks are far from being really popular. But Zuckerberg can start kicking himself even now
More than $1,1 bln lost. What can you learn from it?
29 August 2018 11:25, UTC Anastasia Ermolaeva
The Chief Marketing Officer of Cryptology Herbert Rafael Sim gives recommendations on how to trade digital currency and not to get defrauded.
Crypto ATMs Are Mostly As Protected As Vending Machines
16 August 2018 20:57, UTC Daniil Danchenko
ATM hacks are a common thing in the world of fiat. Is it going to be the same with Crypto ATMs?
Blockchain In Green Energy Is Outside of Business Interests
30 August 2018 18:27, UTC Daniil Danchenko, Catherine Lange
Blockchain is a technology that should've solved everything. But soon enough everybody realized that it has not been that easy.
Smart Contracts: Russian Roulette With Four Bullet Rounds
03 September 2018 18:58, UTC Denis Goncharenko
Every fourth smart contract has a critical bug. What about the consequences?
Mining To Lead Us To An Environmental Disaster. But not Exactly
04 September 2018 13:28, UTC Ann Sotnikova, Catherine Lange
According to Digiconomist, bitcoin's electricity consumption index exceeds that of countries such as Tajikistan, the Republic of Mozambique and Slovenia.
DLT To Resolve Healthcare Industry Issues
05 September 2018 10:49, UTC Daniil Danchenko
The blockchain is a phenomenon that many people slander for various reasons: it doesn’t scale, it’s not flexible enough, and generally up to no good. Sometimes it’s true, and sometimes it’s not, but medicinal blockchain is one of the few cases where it is clearly beneficial.
Mining: Economic Rebirth of The Abandoned Single-Industry Towns
05 September 2018 14:58, UTC Daniil Danchenko, Vsevolod Gnetii
Mining is a crucial part of the cryptoverse surrounded by legends, myths and false ideas that bring hope and disappointment on the similar scale.
Hot Tokens: How Fintech Is Changing Adult Industry
10 September 2018 11:32, UTC Daniil Danchenko
Sex sells. That’s an axiom of marketing. Sex is also a good product to sell - that's an axiom of the adult industry. And cryptocurrencies are about to change it
Tampere And Amsterdam Will Be Managed Online
13 August 2018 18:11, UTC Ann Sotnikova, Catherine Lange
The concept of smart-city seems to be something far and distant to many people. But projects are being developed actively in many countries; there are entire regions, built with the use of new technologies.
Northern Korea: How Kim Jong-un' Hackers Confront UN
13 August 2018 19:10, UTC Oleg Koldaev, Catherine Lange
The DPRK is trying to penetrate into another political and economic reality. It does not seek, like Iran or Venezuela, to create its own cryptocurrency, but extracts the already existing one. And this will create additional problems for both the crypto market and North Korea.
How DLT Can Reshape The Power Redistribution
16 August 2018 14:41, UTC Daniil Danchenko, Catherine Lange
Blockchain will be the end of the energy industry as we know it. Redistribution, power grids, smart metering, and energy itself will change forever. This will reshape the very way how the industry works.
Why Logistics Is The Only Sector in Which Blockchain Doesn’t Fail
21 August 2018 18:05, UTC Ann Sotnikova
Leading logistics companies patent blockchain technologies for transportation one after another. It seems that only in this area blockchain does not create problems
Blockchain as The Guardian Angel of Gamblers. From Now and Forever
22 August 2018 07:48, UTC Daniil Danchenko, Catherine Lange
Blockchain, as a technology is slowly getting to each and every point of our daily lives, including gambling. Like this, it became a true guardian angel of casinos and their patrons, that puts everything in place.
Samsung Declared The First Working Blockchain Solution for South Korean Banks
29 August 2018 15:01, UTC Ann Sotnikova, Catherine Lange
After a series of unfortunate attempts blockchain managed to penetrate the banking sector. What purpose did the ubiquitous technology get?
Digital Law: Neolith 2.0
29 August 2018 16:08, UTC Oleg Koldayev
Experts in the digital economy predicted the passing away of many legal professions, such as notaries, registrars, mediators. However, they are not going to die yet. Why?
Blockchain To Help Industrial Espionage In Big Pharma
07 August 2018 15:19, UTC Ann Sotnikova
The technology is going to сonquer the pharmacy. However, despite the obvious advantages, it is not so unequivocally.