13 July

‘Privacy preserving’ smart contracts

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‘Privacy preserving’ smart contracts

Blockchain computer programs are pretty smart—that’s why we call them smart contracts—but they’re also pretty weak. If they’re going to achieve many of the lofty, world-changing goals that blockchain proponents say they will, like revolutionize healthcare and the energy industry, and give people back control of their personal data online, they’re going to need a revolution in how

14 June

Centralized Exchanges vs. Decentralized Exchanges

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Centralized Exchanges vs. Decentralized Exchanges

There are currently a staggering 1600+ different digital currencies which can be traded on over 200 different exchanges, according to Coinmarketcap. Each exchange differs from the next, although they can at their core be placed into two categories; centralized exchanges and decentralized exchanges. Although they have become integral to the blockchain ecosystem, some believe that the

13 June

5 views on any technological innovation

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5 views on any technological innovation

How to manage technological change   In 1997 Neil Postman had a lecture at the Arts Center in Denver Colorado on the „Five Things We Need to Know About Technological Change“. In a time were many were excessively nervous about the new millennium, Neil Postman provided his perspective on technological change by studying it for

7 June

SAP to offer cloud blockchain service

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SAP to offer cloud blockchain service

SAP announced today at its Sapphire customer conference it was making the SAP Leonardo Blockchain service generally available. The latter is a cloud service to help companies build applications based on digital ledger-style technology. Gil Perez, senior vice president for product and innovation and head of digital customer initiatives at SAP, says most of the

3 June

Decentral’s President Talks Canada’s Blockchain Fever

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Decentral’s President Talks Canada’s Blockchain Fever

With the announcement of the “Decentral Project,” a three-pronged evolution to Decentral’s current service offerings, the Toronto-based blockchain company once again captured the attention of the community at-large. The announcement arrived at an official afterparty for Consensus 2018, and left many wondering if the Canadian company will deliver on its goals to unite people and