Power and urgency must be considered and attended to if projects and networks are to serve the legal and moral interests of legitimate stakeholders
At the recent Crypto Springs conference, I was lucky to listen to Soona Amhaz and Jackson Palmer discuss the misuse of the word “decentralization”, and its confusion as a goal to many projects, rather than a means to an end. …
Six months ago I published “Mass Blockchain Adoption: Are We Even Close” as Part I of a series on adoption, which explored where blockchain is currently situated on the S-Curve:
Part II is a continuation which explores how:
“No matter what the context, there’s a strong possibility that blockchain will affect your business. The very big question is when” — HBR, The Truth About Blockchain
No matter the nature of your involvement in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space, every manager, consumer, founder, investor, and enthusiast should understand the speed at which businesses will start implementing blockchain based solutions to improve efficiency, security, competitiveness or completely overhaul how their consumers and shareholders interact within their business ecosystems. To understand this at a macro level, we can explore where the technology currently stands on the S-Curve of adoption.
“Every informed person needs to know about the Blockchain because it might be one of the world’s most important developments”— Leon Luow
Bitcoin and Blockchain technology have quickly poured into the mainstream, but its technical roots have caused many early adopters to use complicated jargon when trying to explain it. Let’s try to demystify it.
It provides a trustworthy infrastructure for the transfer of assets.
As you all know, for the past two decades, the internet has impacted how our society shares and diffuses information. The internet’s infrastructure allows us to seamlessly share copies of our…