This episode of Blockchain Token covers Civic! In this series, we will cover the different types of blockchain platforms and cryptocurrencies on the market right now. We’ll give you a quick description of each blockchain/token, its function, who is their competition and where you can learn more!
Civic is a blockchain-based platform that has the goal of affirming identity through the use of blockchain technology. Privacy is on the forefront of Civic’s agenda, as with Civic, you alone have the private keys to access your information. Through implementing this technology, social trust is established through trusting the platform. Watch Disruption Joe as he breaks down the Civic project!
In this episode of ICO or NO, Jeremy dives into the Latium project. Latium is looking to create a task marketplace, complete with reputation rankings. Individuals can posts jobs they need done, both physical and digital, and are able to find someone to provide a needed service through the application!
In this episode of ICO or NO Jeremy dives into the AppCoin project. AppCoin is looking to address the inefficiencies that exist in the current app stores by eliminating the middleman. Their vision is to create a decentralized marketplace, complete with reputation rankings, where individuals can sell their applications and add-ons directly to the consumer, without the approval or a third party hosting service.
Jeremy dives into what the project hopes to achieve, the market conditions surrounding the project, the team, and the details of the token sale. Be sure to check back for more ICO or NO‘s by subscribing to our channel!
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Originally formed as Arcade City, Swarm City is a platform in which a peer-to-peer, sharing economy can take place securely using the Ethereum blockchain. Swarm City has goals for ridesharing, AirBnB like systems, and more.
In this series, we will cover the different types of blockchain platforms and cryptocurrencies on the market right now. We’ll give you a quick description of each blockchain/token, its function, who is their competition and where you can learn more. Episode 21 of Blockchain Token covers Swarm City.
Episode 15 of Blockchain Token – What is it? features Augur. In this series, we will cover the different types of blockchain platforms and cryptocurrencies on the market right now. We’ll give you a quick description of each blockchain/token, its function, who is their competition and where you can learn more.
Football season has arrived, and that means it’s time for what is quickly becoming America’s new favorite pastime, fantasy football. It’s the time of year when wives and girlfriends become weekend widows, as their significant others spend their Saturdays and Sundays watching a seemingly endless parade football games.
It means many us will be rooting for an obscure kicker, from a team we don’t care about, to kick one extra field goal, so we can go to our jobs and taunt our co-workers the following day.
Fantasy Football is great; there is no question about it. However, as with anything in life, there’s always room for improvement or at least a different take on how the game is played.
Fine Arts & the Art of Technology
In 2009, the effects of the global financial market spawned the fourth industrial revolution: the digital era. Bitcoin, and subsequently blockchain, were born. Bitcoin is the network, while bitcoin (with a lower-case “b”) is the cryptocurrency itself. In today’s world some professional photo agencies have started accepting bitcoin as payment for licenses. However, few realize blockchain technology could one day literally change the entire face of photography.
Blockchain is platform designed to work with a decentralized network. Put simply, blockchain works like a digital, distributed ledger. When a transaction occurs on the blockchain, the information is added to a “block”, or data file. Once a transition is solidified, the block closes and a new one is created, which includes all the data from the previous block, thus creating a permanent chain of data. The blockchain is distributed across the network, as opposed to going through a single point. Their function is to make sure that each transaction is valid after solving complex algorithms, ultimately securing the block. Decentralization makes it nearly impossible to hack a block before it is finalized.
Do you think blockchains could disrupt the current education system? As an educator, I am constantly bubbling with ideas for using blockchains within my job and with my students. The use cases are quite wide, and the development is bound to come eventually as blockchain technology is more readily understood and more widely adopted.
The blockchain space has increasingly shown more applications for real-life use cases in a variety of fields. Every day, we see new changes to this growing genre of technological development, including many major companies coming out in support of blockchain technology and exploring their applicability. As information on blockchain technologies has reached more people, we have seen more ideas and development in and for blockchains, one of which lies in the expansive field of education.
Crackdown Finally Coming on Corrupt Charities
Several individuals want to make the world a better place by donating to their charity of choice, but many are left with the unsettling question of how their money is actually being spent. Corruption is prevalent amongst charities. Higher-ups at big charities often choose to line their own pockets, instead of appropriately using those funds for their intended purpose. Non-profits’ current operational structure lacks overall transparency. Ultimately, donors doubt the intentions of the supposed non-profit.
Blockchain technology could prove to be a game-changer, addressing the many questions that surround today’s non-profits. A new model is emerging for charities, which deals with the inflow and outflow of large amounts of money. On top of that, current accounting methods struggle to keep up with this exchange in capital. Last year, organizations based in the United States took in $2 trillion in revenue. Less than 20% of that, however, came in the form on charitable contributions. People have made fewer donations, as a result of this. Many choose not to donate at all. (Check out what a blockchain is here!)