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Blockchain Technology. What is the Blockchain? How is it used? Smart Contracts Use Cases — Steemit

The Bitcoin Blockchainis the distributed ledger that stores every Bitcoin transactions that have ever transpired in its history. It began with “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System” the White Paper written by Satoshi Nakamoto. The code was released as open source in January 2009. The blockchain began shortly afterward when Satoshi Nakamoto “mined” the first Bitcoins. Satoshi Nakamoto disappeared from the public in April 2011. “A purely peer-to-peer version of electronic cash that woul
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Satoshi Nakamoto, The Mystery of a Super Genius — Steemit

Bitcoin was first described in October 2008, when Satoshi Nakamoto issued a paper to metzdowd.com's cryptography email list. 3 months later, following the first software release of Nakamoto's digital coin, the first tokens were mined and the blockchain began. Satoshi called the tokens "bitcoins" and he claimed that work on the code began in 2007. Nakamoto Satoshi is the alias identity thought to have been a programmer who solved the "double spending" problem that no other cryptocurrency at the t

History of ICOs — Steemit

Mastercoin held the first token sale (also known as an ICO) in July 2013, the fundraising event ran for almost one month and raised close to 5,000 bitcoins (around $5000 at the time). Ethereum raised money with a token sale in 2014, raising 3,700 BTC in its first 12 hours, equal to approximately $2.3 million at the time. In 2016 alone, 54 major ICOs raised close to $103 million, with ICONOMI ($10 million) and SingularDTV ($7.5 million)being the front-runners. 2017 was a break-out year for ICOs.

The History of Fiat Money – David Mcneal –

In the earliest days of mankind, people bartered to exchange goods instead of spending money. Imagine if the money didn’t t exist and you had to trade for your animals instead of dollars to buy groceries or pay your taxes. Bartering stems back to around 6000 b.c. Introduced in Mesopotamia and adopted by the Phoenicians, they used the barter system to exchange goods with distant cities. Later, The Babylonians further developed a more advanced barter system. Throughout history, money has taken v

America never suppresses Innovation. Innovations start and flourish in America.

Ignore news designed to get your attention and to promote fear. America never suppresses Innovation. Innovations start and flourish in America. When they (the banks and the recent crackdown on customers) fear you, they try to suppress you. But wait, innovation always wins. Highlights from tomorrow's testimony from Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman- "These warnings are not an effort to undermine the fostering of innovation through our capital markets –America was built on the ingenui

Blockchain and Automation in Parcel Delivery Supply Chain Industries

Blockchain and Automation enable companies to save costs and be more efficient. This year, the combination has grown into a mainstream trend. Together, they make it easy for companies to offer transparency, accountability, hyper-localization, and artificial intelligence - in ways we’ve never seen before. Look for these technologies driving forces in supply chain logistics over the coming years. The exciting thing about Blockchain is that even though it has existed for a few years now, no one wa
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The top 3 ways Crypto can earn you a Solid Passive Income — Steemit

Don’t call up your boss quit your jobs and think you can rely on this for a living. Though it may be possible, it’s still not a wise move to make. If you want to learn how you can earn a passive income from investing in cryptocurrencies to add to your current salary, then you’re in the right place. How much you earn depends on how much you’re willing to work for it. Are you ready to put the extra time to make that passive income grow? Even though they say “passive income is money that works

Some guidance for beginners wanting to learn about Bitcoin and Blockchain — Steemit

The news about Bitcoin is spreading faster every day. Most likely this isn't your first time hearing about it. You may have heard about Bitcoin at school or on talk radio on your way to work. A friend or family member may have tried to explain Blockchain to you like you're five. In any case, I'm sure you've noticed that the internet in a frenzy, and you may feel like your missing out. You have some questions and that's understandable. You've read several articles online that claim to have a

30 Use Cases of Blockchain Technology — Steemit

Essentia develops world's first blockchain solution to manage international logistics hub together with Traffic Labs and the Finnish Government Voter registration is being facilitated via a blockchain project in Switzerland spearheaded by Uport. The blockchain ledger the Ripple uses has been latched onto by a group of Japanese banks, who will be using it for quick mobile payments A smart contract based blockchain is being used by insurer American International Group Inc as a means of...

The Authoritative Brand Voice — Steemit

An Authoritative Brand Voice speaks with clarity, accuracy, and depth. It keeps a neutral position on each subject. Its goal should be to inform and educate, not to share an opinion. The purpose of writing a whitepaper is to evaluate the needs of a culture, industry, or market —and offer a solution. Have an experienced professional review your content before sending it out to the crowd!
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United Fans GOAL coin Cryptocurrency and Fan Voting Platform — Steemit

As pioneers in the blockchain Soccer management sector, Unitedfans.co aims to be proactive leaders in the soccer community by providing technology solutions for collaboration between fans and team managers. Owner Niv Tal and some of the worlds best computer programmers have developed a solution. The GOAL is to unite fans with their favorite players, teams, and coaches, by bringing all elements of the sport together with blockchain technology, and smart contract voting. Soccer has an estimated 3

This ICO has a predicted advantage, Abraham Lincoln would agree! — Steemit

The world is changing. The current rate of evolution makes it hard to predict what life will feel like in the future. During the next few years it is possible that we witness every Industry recreated, every government redefined, and most inspiring is the impact of the collective opinion on our future reimagined. Ever since Blockchain Technology prodigiously roused a new world of possibilities. We are witnessing a generation emerging from the oppressive ashes of a global financial crisis. It s

Steam dead? Trade gear, play games, earn cash on Cryptohit ICO coming soon — Steemit

In 2016, the top 20 countries generated $89.4 billion of total global game revenues. The massive gaming industry grows approximately 89% a year and will keep scaling at these insane rates as long as technology continues to advance. While we're painstakingly monitoring this industry, we can't help but notice, that as the industry grows, game quality and originality is becoming static and stale. Unfortunately, major game developers concentrate entirely on minimizing their risks. They prefer to

"Back to the future” with Checkbook.io blockchain enabled digital checks: The end of paper payments. — Steemit

A Blockchain-enabled digital check solution can securely transfer payments online via email. This form of a check is instantly deposited, or you may print and deposit the physical check at a local bank. A digital check is similar to an electronic check, but they are not the same. In fact, an e-check merely converts check information into an ACH file, and they suffer many drawbacks: In contrast, customers of digital checks can confirm their account records in real-time by logging into their fin

Bitcoin Forks: Bitcoin Cash Vs. Bitcoin Gold — Steemit

Lately, Bitcoin forks have been center stage in the media spotlight. For the most part, articles on the internet are polluted with biased, speculative, and promotional information. Even worse is the overwhelming amount of confusing articles, filled with jargon and misinformation. Good news! This Bitcoin forks update is meant to give you a simple explanation of Bitcoin and Blockchain. As well as provide an informative update on the progress over the last few months for Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, and
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Bitcoin Core Forks: Bitcoin Gold and Bitcoin Cash — Steemit

Bitcoin is a decentralized peer-to-peer currency, and therefore transactions are a democratic “public agreement.” A “fork” is a change to the code of a cryptocurrency, resulting in two different versions of the blockchain. Fork's will continue to take place as new technology integrates with the blockchain, this is the natural evolution of blockchain technology. A "hard" fork can only be successful with enough people agree to the need for change. Bitcoin Gold and Bitcoin Cash are currently the

Benefits of mining cryptocurrency – Aesop’s fable — Steemit

you’ve probably heard Aesop’s fable about the man with the goose that laid golden eggs. The guy got rich selling the golden eggs, but then killed the goose, big mistake right? What was more valuable, the golden eggs or the goose? The answer is the goose because the goose could keep producing the golden eggs. You’ve also probably heard of digital currency, cryptocurrency or blockchain. But what do these words mean? How do they relate to the goose and golden eggs? Digital currency is a means of

Paul's wacky guide to Ethereum — Steemit

Development began in 2013, by British programmer Dr. Gavin Woods. When a mutual friend introduced him to 19-year-old programmer and writer for Bitcoin magazine, Vitalik Buterin. Ethereum launched on July 23, 2014, by founders Wood, Buterin, and help from many other bright-minded enthusiasts. Buterin defined Ethereum first when he published the Nov. 2013 white paper titled "Next generation smart contract & Decentralized Applications (Dapps) platform" (original version - Nov. 2013) In April 201

“The Neo Project” Report – David Mcneal –

NEO is labeled “The Ethereum of China” — a coined nickname regularly used in their marketing strategy. NEO has been quickly gaining rank in each of the 83 crypto exchanges currently listing NEO on their platform, and have become close rivals with Ethereum, Aka. “Bitcoin 2.0” Neo is a public blockchain funded by Onchain; while China’s largest private conglomerate called Fosun backs Onchain. Additionally, Onchain has collaborated with Microsoft (China) Co. and other big companies to...

The basic art of Cryptography – Coinmonks –

Then, at the end of this lesson, we will discuss using only proven cryptographic technologies. It is the science and study of hiding any text so that only the intended recipients or authorized people can read it and that is any text even using things like invisible ink or the mechanical cryptography machines of the past. Public-key cryptography uses a concept called key pair encryption; consists of a public key and a private key. With key pair encryption, Data is encrypted with a public key, b
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Cryptography: How does it work?

Then, at the end of this lesson, we will discuss using only proven cryptographic technologies. It is the science and study of hiding any text so that only the intended recipients or authorized people can read it and that is any text even using things like invisible ink or the mechanical cryptography machines of the past. Public-key cryptography uses a concept called key pair encryption; consists of a public key and a private key. With key pair encryption, Data is encrypted with a public key, b

Bitcoin Cryptography — Steemit

Bitcoin uses private keys, public keys, and digital signatures • Private key- a randomly generated 256-bit string of numbers and letters that is a secret. Whoever owns the Private key has full access to the funds and can send and receive Bitcoin. Private keys must never be shared with anyone, otherwise, you risk the funds being accessed by an unauthorized party. • Public keys- calculated from the private key and can be shared in order to receive Bitcoin. A public key can be used to determine

How to choose the best mining pool for you! — Steemit

The purpose of a bitcoin mining pool is for a group of miners to join together and form a pool. By combining resources from all clients in that pool, they increase the odds of discovering the solution to a given block. When a solution is found to the block, it rewards the newly issued coin to the pool owner. The pool owner then divides the coins between the miners based on their contribution. • Pooled mining produces a constant revenue of smaller values, whereas solo mining tends to be more err

Cryptography: What is Cryptographic Hashing? — Steemit

A cryptographic hashing algorithm is a mathematical function that takes any sized blocks of data and returns fixed size bitstreams and we are not going to go into the math behind hashing. No matter what size of the input the digest is a fixed length. Even though we just have the word Fox for this input, we get the same 40, digit, hexadecimal or 160-bit message, digests that we do for any of the other inputs, no matter how long they are. Even with the tiniest change just one letter between over...

Introduction to SEC Exemption Rule under Regulation A+ ICO/IPO Offering — Steemit

Four score and 5 years ago, the United States government passed into law the Securities Act of 1933, followed by the establishment of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. These acts of Congress still echo the political outburst that officially ended the industrial revolution of the early 1930's. President Roosevelt explained that the statute was intended to restore confidence in the public markets by ensuring that companies with new problems could not “concealed from the buying public.”
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