We're living at a time of unprecedented concern over identity. Fears abound that our personal data is being abused by distant third-parties, while this data has become more valuable to us at a time when our identities and the identity politics we base around them have become more central to our lives. It's in this context that blockchain technology has appeared, and while its application beyond cryptocurrencies is still limited, protecting our online identities and data more securely looks set to be one of its most central applications.
Australia's Science Agency Claims Breakthrough in Global Blockchain Test
Australian federal body CSIRO says a blockchain network it developed has achieved 30,000 transactions per second in a global test.
How The Bitcoin ATMs Work and Their Advantages
Many people are probably dazzled why virtual money like Bitcoin should have an ATM. Besides, others are also asking whether the machines do dispense cash. This article provides answers to these questions and many more. Well, the answer is very simple, Bitcoin despite being an electronic currency it also trades against fiat currencies. This means […]
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