Bitcoin’s proven its value as a medium of exchange, but tokens can have a lot more functions than acting as money. Here’s some of types of cryptocurrencies!
Taylor Gerring explains the differences between public and private blockchains, why they are important, and what they both offer to companies & communities.
It’s hard to argue against the promise that blockchain offers, yet it is important to remember where the tech is in its lifespan.What’s its potential?
Siacoin is a decentralized cloud-like storage system, trying to make data storage safer and more cost effective. They claim their decentralized cloud storage is 10x less expensive than current cloud providers. Learn about how Siacoin works in this episode.
Civic is a blockchain-based platform that has the goal of affirming identity through the use of blockchain technology. Learn about Civic with this video!
Ethereum commit part of their Metropolis update on October 16th, 2017. What exactly is the Metropolis hardfork & what will it do for the network?
Amber Baldet, a J.P. Morgan executive, is heading the development of blockchain-based Quorom. She’s featured in our Moving the Chain series for helping progress blockchain technology & cryptocurrencies. Read more about how here.
Zcash is a blockchain with privacy. They include features for selective transparency, keeping transactions public, but information about those transactions (like the sender and recipient) private.
In epsiode 9 of Blockchain Token, Joe goes over Zcash, discussing it’s features and functionalities as a blockchain or token, possibly both! And he gives you some helpful resources to explore more!
In episode 5, Joe goes over Monero, a project focused on privacy and security. Learn about Monero and it’s functionality as a blockchain or token here!