Did you know the web was designed with payments in mind? HTTP 402 is reserved for “Payment Required”. Internet of Value is all about using blockchain-based cryptocurrencies as a native internet currency.
Bitcoin was the first piece to add to the ‘new internet’ puzzle. Bitcoin is the first blockchain cryptocurrency token with a tradable value, which allows us to use the internet with a native payment method. No longer being tied to traditional payment networks like credit cards frees technologists to finally innovate in the payments and payments and finance industries. Once value transfer is as fast as the internet, new possibilities such as micro-transactions enable all sorts of new revenue models. In this dedicated section to Internet of Value we have the latest blockchain news.
We can fix the corrupt entertainment industry by giving it transparency through smart contracts & fair monetization platforms via blockchain technology.
Many people have bought into the bitcoin hype, driven by price, but Hannah Rosenberg explains why blockchain is here to stay & why you should care about it.
Connie Gallippi is an environemntalist who is using blockchain to help make the world a better place Her nonprofit, BitGive, accepts BTC for donations!
Beyond being a decentralized messenger, Status also functions as a browser for dApps. Learn all you can do with Status and the start of web 3.0.
While blockchains may not revolutionize the supply chain overnight, there is a gradual shift towards using BCT and IOT to transform trust in supply chains.
Augur is a decentralized network, using peer-to-peer technology, that works to accurately predict events through reputation & community. Learn about Augur!
We checked in with MyCrypto to see how the various developments and improvements are coming since their fork from MyEtherWallet in February of 2018. The added features are pretty sweet!
According to their site, Ripple’s goal is to enable people to break free of the “walled gardens” of financial networks and institutions that restrict access to financial services. Learn about Ripple here!
IBM has become a chameleon of sorts, keeping up with the constantly changing technological climate. IBM has shown interest in blockchain, too! Learn about what they are doing with the tech in our rundown.
The Internet’s a centralized mess! Is decentralization the answer? Decentralization describes the design of a network that isn’t managed by a central party.
NEM is short for New Economic Movement. They value financial freedom, decentralization, and equality of opportunity! Learn about the NEM blockchain here!
Aelf is a cloud-based decentralized computing platform. Got a task you’re computer doesn’t have the processing power to complete? Learn about Aelf here!
The ICON Project aims to overcome challenges of centralization, and connectivity in decentralized networks. They hope to help advance our society towards true hyperconnectivity. In order to do this, ICON is redefining communities. Learn about how in our overview of their project!
VeChain plans to digitize the whole supply chain process wherever it can be and enhance supply chain management processes by providing a blockchain-enabled platform for asset digitization and tracking. Learn about VeChain in this short video!
Cube sees a big change in transportation on the horizon and are looking to provide a blockchain-based solution. They aim to provide a network for self driving vehicles, allowing them to communicate. Learn about the project in this video!
On Jan. 16th, Blockchain WTF founder, Taylor Gerring, was interviewed on Chicago Tonight! He discuessed the revolutionary potential of blockchain technology & it’s many possible applications. Taylor is a well-rounded expert on the technology, and deeply believes in it’s potential to drive us to a better future!
Waltonchain is a platform that specializes in tagging packing shipments via RFID technology. By putting the supply chain on the blockchain brings greater transparency to all involved parties. Check out how Waltonchain can use the blockchain to provide quality assurance in a transparent, secure way.
Telegram is a popular messaging app that is turning to the blockchain! The TON network will provide secure decentralized messaging. They are conducting an ICO for their GRAM token which will be used to power the network! Watch Jeremy break down everything you need to know about Telegram and the TON project!
The ways we can apply blockchain technology is quite vast and mind-boggling at times. We can use this as a tool to build a better world and future for all.
Metamask is a browser extension that allows you to interact with the Ethereum blockchain, all without downloading the entire data-filled blockchain. Our video explains Metamask’s broswer extension’s features, and demos some processes.
Moderated by Hannah Rosenberg, this panel features Joe Renz of NewMobility, Chang Wan Han of Purdue University, and Heather Sullivan of Marquette University. The topics include blockchain applications, the Internet of things, and educating university level students on blockchain technology.
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?
Aleks Velkoski of Ethventures, experts on cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, talks at Blockchain in Chicago’s Winter Gala event. Ethventures fund investments, applied R&D, and education. They’ve increased focus on distributed ledger applications at the intersection of AI & Machine Learning.
Removing geographical locations, decentralizing marketplaces, accepting cryptocurrencies and payments to sellers in bitcoin, and not being run by any single entity, OpenBazaar is an awesome application of blockchain, taking eBay to a new level.
Latium is trying to create a marketplace through an application that will allow jobs/tasks to be posted and assigned, with reputation rankings integrated!
District0x defines themselves as one of the first blockchain-based social networks. Disruption Joe breaks down the project & how their communities and voting rights shape the network!
With a new age of tech & job opportunities, freelancing can be a great way to earn money. Blockchains help enable that in many ways! Learn how to make money using blockchain with our guide!
Swarm City, formerly Arcade City, is a platform in which a peer-to-peer, sharing economy can take place securely using the Ethereum blockchain.
Steem is a blockchain-based social media platform that focuses on rewarding and incentivizing users and content creators. Episode 14 of Blockchain Token explains Steem’s platform & ideology.
Golem has an interesting project focusing on building a decentralized and distributed network that can function to share resources like computing power to create a supercomputer. Episode 13 of Blockchain Token covers Golem’s supercomputer project!
Folks have participated in many forms of gambling since the dawn of our recorded history. A large portion of the modern population will likely be continuing this trend, and some will definitely want to do so using crypto like Bitcoin. Read more about how they can use Bitcoin for gambling here!
Interested in learning more about how the blockchain could impact the internet of things? Then this interview is for you!
Taylor Gerring gives an interview to Sravani Bhattacharjee about Blockchain and IoT. They discuss the cloud and scaling within blockchain technologies.
Millennials are rewriting the scripts for a career. They’re choosing to freelance and use blockchain technology to boot traditional 9-5 jobs and apply their creativity. New technologies like blockchain offer so many new opportunities for people to apply their skills and talents and find jobs that suit them.
Get a feel with a first-hand story by Becca, Blockchain WTF’s Social Media star!