#Blockchain Blockchain Technology for industries. Explained. Published 3 months ago on August 2, 2018 By Coinnounce - Coin Announcements Share Tweet Elucidating the use cases of the Blockchain Technology. Introduction The Blockchain Technology was first invented and applied by the founder of the world’s first most successful cryptocurrency, Satoshi Nakamoto, he founded Bitcoin and the underlying technology to keep a track of all the transactions. Through Blockchain Distributed Ledger Technology along with the Cryptographic principles, the chain of all the transactional information which is also known as Blockchain is made completely authentic, as a consensus is reached to, by all the members of the network, hence even tampering of the data is avoided. Advantages The Blockchain Technology is highly efficient and robust, in the way that it eliminates the middlemen which, in this case, were all the banks and Centralised Financial Institutions. Basically, Blockchain Technology can be implemented in any field where there are intermediaries to carry out some task. As the whole process is transparent if implemented through Blockchain Technology, there is no need for a third party in case of disputes as everything is self-evident and open to transparency. Most of the newbies in the cryptocurrency domain, confuse themselves that the Blockchain Technology is only applicable for the cryptocurrencies, but it is our key duty to enlighten everyone that the Blockchain Technology is also used for a number of other industries as well. Let’s decipher it below. Blockchain in the electoral process The traditional electoral process is not at all free from the illicit activities of corruption and bribery. In extreme cases, it is even witnessed that the electronic voting machine gets tampered and results are manipulated. If the Blockchain technology is applied to the electoral process, then the whole process becomes transparent without the need of any intermediary election committee. The citizens can cast their vote through a mobile-based application powered by Blockchain Technology where each and every vote of the user is recorded on an immutable public Blockchain, distributed and visible to everyone. In this way, as the record is distributed among everyone, no tampering is possible. This methodology, being completely online and software-based, is real-time and instant, hence the overall expenditure and time are highly reduced. A better democracy is made possible through this process. Blockchain in Supply Chain Management The transportation, as well as the shipping industry, deals with a lot of lags, due to the cumbersome paperwork at each level of product shipment. If all the data related to the product along with its complete description is entered into an immutable record and distributed with every authority, related to the transportation of the product at each level, then the whole process can be simplified. As the Technology is online and in real time, the products can even be tracked in the real time as it changes hands through the authorities. The verification of all the shipment details of the product along with the authority is self-authentic as a Blockchain Technology itself is authentic, due to its distributed nature. Hence, the time taken for the paper works by the customs and duties is avoided. Blockchain in HR industry The most challenging task for an HR manager is the verification of the authenticity of the data provided on the resume by a specific applicant. Verification of each and every attribute of an applicant is highly time-consuming, and which can effectively be reduced by the Blockchain Technology. Assuming that the whole process of hiring a candidate is Blockchain powered, all the organizations like the School, College, University, previous Companies along with a number of other people too like friends, the members of the family, HR manager are a part of an HR Blockchain Network (say). Since each and every information related to a particular candidate is verified by his friends, family, along with the respective institution itself, the authenticity and trust can be maintained easily, where the HR manager need not explicitly verify it again. The manager can just view details on the Blockchain which is distributed among each of its participants. This automation can boost the productivity of everyone by huge margins. It is noteworthy that this Blockchain Technology implementation could effectively remove eliminate the fraudsters. In the case of multinational companies, a personal Blockchain could be developed for the transfer of salaries to its employees in the form of coins, which would indirectly cut all the transactional costs of the fiat world. 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Continue Reading You may like Huobi launches own stablecoin solution: HUSD Mt Gox: Final chance to claim, last 4 days Beryllium Bullet: The New Monero XMR Fork Explained Gates Foundation partners with Ripple and Coil Latest: Bitcoin Mining Complete Analysis Fortnite using Cryptocurrency: ERC20, ERC721 and more, good or bad? 3 Comments 3 Comments Pingback: Blockchain Technology for industries. Explained. – Btc News Magazine Pingback: Blockchain Technology for industries. Explained. – The Coinage Times Pingback: XLM vs ADA: Stellar vs Cardano Analysis – BTC News Paper Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website #Blockchain Forbes moves to Blockchain. Published 1 week ago on October 10, 2018 By Nadja Eriksson Forbes has joined blockchain journalism network Civil keeping in mind the end goal to guarantee that no third party can evacuate or change its published content. The business magazine will likewise try different things with new techniques for peruser commitment in an organization with Civil. Forbes Joins Civil Network to Expand Trust With Audiences The game plan will make Forbes the primary significant media brand to publish content on the blockchain-based platform intended to encourage a peer-to-peer exchange of significant worth among journalists and the audience keeping in mind the end goal to advance moral journalism. The biological system is empowered by the CVL token which keeps “tech goliaths and very rich person proprietors” from controlling the model, “counting where and how revenue is distributed”. Forbes will try different things with the Civil platform as a way to build trust with audiences and evaluate rising chances, including extra revenue streams, as indicated by Salah Zalatimo, Senior VP of Item and Technology at Forbes. “We are steadily centered around quick experimentation and execution with the goal that we can figure out what’s to the greatest advantage of our audience and what is next for our industry. Forbes and Civil accept enthusiastically in the mission of journalism, and together we can give audiences a level of extraordinary transparency around our content. We’ll likewise have the capacity to expand the reach of our writers and distinguish new revenue channels after some time.” At the Civil platform, members can vote in favor of/against newsrooms that are being tested, acquire CVL for partaking, pay their most loved journalists with CVL, and convert CVL into money. Patrons are required to store tokens as a ‘stake’ so as to begin or back newsrooms, challenge terrible performing artist newsrooms, and advance to the Civil chamber. The group behind Civil fabricated their professions at NYT, The Money Road Diary, BBC, The Gatekeeper, El Pais, NPR, The Atlantic, among others. The concurrence with Forbes is a point of reference for the task, said CEO Matthew Iles worked at ESPN in 2010. “Civil’s central goal is to control maintainable journalism all through the world, and Forbes’ promise to routinely publish content on our platform is a noteworthy point of reference for our methodology. We anticipate working with Forbes as we associate with a more extensive audience keen on new, more straightforward approaches to find, offer and bolster moral journalism.” Forbes is because of beginning publishing metadata of various articles to the blockchain by means of Civil in Q1 2019. The organization plans to start submitting metadata from the majority of its articles to Civil’s decentralized network sooner or later one year from now. The published metadata builds up the creator’s character and validity and in addition the master idea of taking an interesting source. Continue Reading #Blockchain Blockchain Might Be Key as London Starts to Transform Into a Smart City Published 2 weeks ago on October 9, 2018 By Guest Author We thank Aubrey Hansen for this guest post. According to public wisdom, China is leading the charge on the future city—half of the world’s thousand or so smart pilot projects come from Asia’s leading economic powerhouse. But London and its sitting Mayor Sadiq Khan may have something to say to this. Earlier this year, Sadiq Khan unveiled plans to make London ‘the world’s leading smart city’ and bring the community’s tech enterprises closer together as a result. It can be easy to forget that London is a big player in the industry. Innovation flows out of the city through 47,000 digital technology companies that call it home. Forecasts say there will be over 62,000 by 2026; make no mistake, the ideal testing grounds for a blockchain-powered smart city could be here. London has a track record in pioneering technology Local government body Transport for London (TFL) have staggeringly reached about 3 million contactless payments per day. Their model is now being shipped abroad, notably for use on the subway systems of New York and Boston. This was a natural progression from Oyster cards, an innovative electronic ticket introduced in 2003 which has become synonymous with train and bus travel inside London. Now TFL is one of the most prominent contactless merchants in Europe and this lends credence to Mayor Khan’s claim that London could be the first to implement sweeping smart city changes. It is not just the tech community at the forefront of adoption, but Londoners who have themselves been enthusiastic participants in the sweeping fintech revolution which has made the capital nearly cashless. Talk of blockchain in the plan is scant, for now Workable blockchain solutions have yet to take their fully-fledged form. It is unsurprising thus that the London Smart Plan does not yet incorporate the nascent technology. This does not mean that it won’t be instrumental in transforming the way that London caters for its residents. If a working product comes to the table and is ready to be implemented, it can only then be considered. Great benefits offered by blockchain technologies include offering the ability to share data widely without any concern for it being altered or stolen. Primarily, data can be collected, stored and analyzed in real-time without compromise on security. It’s also fast – in fact, near-instant – with the potential to collect astronomical quantities of data every day and put it to use immediately. The sheer scope of the tech means that it could become the backbone of London as a smart city. The Smart London Board will be monitoring distributed ledger technologies (DLT) carefully, as they have publicly recognized that innovations such as on DLT-based blockchain ‘can engage Londoners in how they want their city and city spaces to work’ and further ‘help councils, businesses, and designers co-design, deliver and manage city spaces collaboratively.’ Just how far off is a smart London on DLT? Two startups have emerged with the most plausible networks for a smart city: Berlin-based IOTA has been predominant in the space until recently, while Chinese company CyberVein bill their network as one consisting of entirely decentralized databases. Both projects are developing along the lines of DLT and blockchain, but each opt for a Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) architecture. A major advantage of this tech is that it allows ledgers to be broken up into smaller parts on sidechains, which reduces the burden on the main chain and removes the need for users to store the entire network to make transactions. This makes it theoretically possible to scale to many billions of data points which are critical; a smart London will gather data by the petabyte every single day. CyberVein has stated it hopes to have a system up and running by the end of the year and indicate a main net launch could be forthcoming in 2019. IOTA share a similar timeline; their partnership with Volkswagen could come to fruition next year. Widespread adoption is vital and London could play a central role Should CyberVein, IOTA, or another project appear with a functional platform then the next step is persuading businesses and government bodies to adopt and implement. The open-mindedness of London cannot be compared to the opportune regulation-lite offered by Malta and Liechtenstein on blockchain technologies. With a desire from its Mayor, tech community, and residents to move unerringly into the future, there is also a determination to do it right. Mayor Khan’s rhetoric surrounding the future of his city, individually as a smart city, carries with it a latent message to the world of blockchain: London is ready, but only if you can bring a working product to the table. Continue Reading #Bitcoin Roger Ver: The Reality Published 2 weeks ago on October 5, 2018 By Janet F. Sanchez Elucidating the life of a former Bitcoin enthusiast. Is Bitcoin the future? Bitcoin in the year 2009, came up with a lot of hopes for the community members, that it would be radicalizing the financial economy, by eliminating the need of an intermediary, to send money from one part the world to another. And Bitcoin did prove to be highly successful, but in the recent days, due to significant advancements in the technology better protocols have been implemented in newer cryptocurrencies. As a direct consequence of which, more efficient cryptocurrencies are being utilized instead of Bitcoin. Even many of the institutional investors along with financial advisors have shifted their perspective away from Bitcoin, due to its inherent scalability issue. Introduction to Roger Ver Roger Ver is one of the many institutional investors, about the cryptocurrency industry who have been contributing consistently for the development of notably, Bitcoin. It must be noted down that, Roger Ver shifted his perspective drastically from Bitcoin to Bitcoin Cash as the fork was initiated. The increase of block size from 1 MB to 8 MB was highly appreciated by him and became a staunch supporter of Bitcoin cash. Finally, he was very much frustrated with the delays in the Bitcoin network and had also started commenting negative remarks concerning Bitcoin. Ironically, he was one of the most active Bitcoin enthusiasts. The early life of Roger Ver Born on 27th January 1979, Roger Ver was living with his Christian family in San Jose, California. He was dominantly associated with investment and business. His business interests could easily be seen, in his small business of selling candies, in his school and was quite successful at his level. His small-scale business eventually led him to buy a Ford Mustang during his high school. The business-oriented Roger Ver, fought with his father, for his dad had placed an ad in a newspaper to sell Ford Mustang. Allegations on Roger Ver His business-oriented mind later led to the development of a company which provided parts of computers. Initiated in 1999, the company, Memory Dealers had supplied memory modules to the companies like Cisco and Juniper. He provided them with spare parts. Later in the year 2002, he was alleged to deal with explosives which were not under his jurisdiction. As a result of which he had to spend 10 months in the federal prison. He considers it to be a personal grudge of the Commission of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Fire Explosives towards him. After 10 months of his imprisonment, he was kept on a probation period for about 3 years. His first Bitcoin exposure Roger Ver first had come to know about Bitcoin in February 2011, while listening to a bitcoin podcast. Followed by which, he locked up himself in a room and assimilated knowledge about Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. It was in the same year, in which he made a $25,000 investment in Bitcoin. Interestingly, the price jumped from $2 per BTC to almost $30, which instantly made him a Bitcoin millionaire. He had indirectly invested in Charlie Shrem’s, Bitinstant, as his Bitcoin investment. with the return on Investments, he further invested in various other cryptocurrencies and blockchain projects. Development concerning Bitcoin.com In April 2014, his obsession towards Bitcoin led him to buy the domain name bitcoin.com from blockchain.info. He made use of the website predominantly for his interest, where both Bitcoin and Bitcoin cash where made available to be bought or sold. To monetize the website, and earn a significant return on investment he also initiated an online Bitcoin Casino. The website even provided with the latest news in the cryptocurrency domain and as staunch Bitcoin Cash supporter, he made use of the website in promoting Bitcoin Cash and various other Bitcoin hard forks, for his interest. The former Bitcoin supporter was now being witnessed to give negative remarks towards Bitcoin for its scalability issues. Secrecy of Bitcoin.com It is also observed that Bitcoin.com has secret connections with many Chinese blockchain based companies, as many articles on Bitcoin.com pointed at the promotion of their product. 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