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Blockchain technology will change the world. This isn’t hyperbole – this is fact. Since humans became human, we have traded our time, services, and goods. And since the dawn of history, we have relied on imperfect methods of tracking those transactions. Which is why we have contract lawyers.

But blockchain technology finally delivers genuine trust to the business of business. With an immutable digital ledger, we can see what really happened when Tom, Dick, and Harriet made a deal – and who kept their side of the agreement.

Blockchains and smart contracts will literally change the way we interact as a species – and perhaps humanity will even do better, when our truths (and lies) are laid open for the world to see.

Shyft Says Digital IDs Are The Next Big Thing

Shyft Says Digital IDs Are The Next Big Thing

Security tokens look like the next big thing, but there’s one thing holding them back. As futuristic as peer-to-peer “digital stocks” might sound, they’re...
Oyster Protocol Promises To Eliminate Ads Following Mainnet Launch

Oyster Mainnet Promises to Make Ads Obsolete

At this moment, there’s a photograph of my kitten stalking a duck somewhere on the internet. It’s hard to say “where” on the internet,...

ConsenSys Subscribes To Recurring Payments

ConsenSys on Wednesday announced the successful implementation of EIP-1337, a new Ethereum standard that introduces a recurring subscriptions payment model that's popular with Web 2.0...
Robinhood and Swarm launch tokenized asset sale

Swarm Launches Tokenized Asset Sale

Robinhood is known for making investing easy, but now it is also becoming a crypto-asset. Investors can now bet on the company, through one...
Snips Promises To Decentralize Your Smart Home - Describes Amazon Echo as the worst thing ever built on the Internet

“The Worst Thing That Anyone Has Ever Built On The Internet.”

It may be off by a couple of decades, but 1984 is moving to the nonfiction section. As always, the chocolate ration is going...
What happens if banks don't adopt blockchain

If Banks Ignore Blockchain – What Happens Next?

There's a phrase that has become almost a cliché in the cryptocurrency world: "Bitcoin is bad, but blockchain is good." The people pushing that...
Safe ICOs could be a feature of an ICO incubator or accelerator

A Crypto Incubator or Accelerator Can Make A Safe ICO

Update: This article has been updated to include another recent example of an incubator program: the aeternity incubator project announced May 22nd.  Although the first...
Stellar XLM 1.62M Lumens For Bright Ideas Plus a Giant Acquisition

Stellar XLM: 1.62M Lumens For Bright Ideas Plus a Giant Acquisition

Unemployed developers, take note: Jed McCaleb might have some work for you. The Stellar Development Foundation is spending big for its blockchain protocol, with...
Kinit First Impressions of Kin by Kik App

Kinit Beta: First Impressions Of The $100M Kik Product

There's one problem facing a lot of blockchain projects: many of them seem to have more engineers than users. It’s a bit like those giant...
Blockchain Can Help Eliminate Child Labor In Cobalt Mines

Blockchain Could End Child Labor In Cobalt Mines

Blockchain tech is one of the fastest growing industries in the world, predicted to hit $2.3 billion by 2021. As an emerging disruptive technology...

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