Before he died, Stephen Hawking once said “we are all now connected by the internet, like neurons in a giant brain”. It is true, we are. The internet has had a direct impact on everyone who uses this vast “neuron like network”. Not only did it improve efficiency but it has made our lives more productive and useful. Technopedia defines the internet as a “a globally connected network system that uses TCP/IP to transmit data via various types of media.” Like the blockchain, the internet is completely decentralized and a “peer-to-peer (P2P) communication network.” Continue reading Can XRP Be Used To Fight Spam Email? Here’s a Proposal
For reasons related to Ether’s ability to maintain momentum despite the constant crisis that the Ethereum network has undergone and is still undergoing, Ether is showing profound possibilities of making a comeback and this is more likely to happen sooner than later. Continue reading Why Ethereum (ETH) can easily reclaim the second spot from Ripple’s XRP
One of the main characteristics of blockchains is that, in order to evolve, they must resort to implementing hard forks. This effectively takes the chain off in a new direction while adding the necessary upgrades. Forks can be controversial since they have the power to rewrite the blockchain’s previous path. So, what are self-amending blockchains and can they offer an alternative to forks? Tezos cryptocurrency thinks so, but not everyone is in agreement. Continue reading Self-amending blockchains: Can Tezos offer an alternative to forks?
The bitcoin price on Tuesday continued to pursue its downward trajectory, albeit finding decent support at one of the downside targets. The climate is not favorable for establishing long-term positions, but a few well-timed day trades can help you make the most out of the market’s recent bearish turn. Continue reading How Traders Can Make the Most of the Bitcoin Price’s Bearish Turn
Automotive giant Ford has entered a partnership with IBM, Huayou Cobalt, and LG Chem to build a blockchain platform to monitor the supply of cobalt from the Democratic Republic of Congo as part of an attempt to ensure that child labor does not make up any part of its supply chain. Continue reading Why Ford Believes Blockchain Can Help Fight Child Labor