Time, Space, Blockchains and practical applications.
The previous articles in this series have been very abstract, working towards understanding cryptocurrencies as thermodynamics processes. Which is a nice way to think, but the thing about cryptocurrencies is that people want to make money out of them, so how can that understanding be converted into a practical project that yields a good return on investment?
This is going to require thinking and it helps if you’ve studied physics. But the TL; DR; is
- We can find useful parallels between basic physical processes and…