Category Archives: Blockchain Technology

Blockchain Technology 2018

Blockchain Technology, It’s Market Scope In 2018 and Beyond

Published July 11.2018 Posted By Justinas Danis

As per Statista Report 2017, there is an estimation of a gradual rise in the blockchain technology market worldwide from 2016 to 2021. It was predicted that the blockchain market would reach about 339.5 million U.S. dollars in size and is predicted to grow to 2.3 billion U.S. dollars by 2021. To know more about blockchain, keep reading. Source: What is blockchain? You are not the only person who's wondering what is a blockchain. In the world of business, it is a puzzling concept yet. Just to state that blockchain is not really something very new, only its getting known in the mainstream. To ...

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Blockchain Module

Types of Blockchain Module You need to Know First

Published June 29.2018 Posted By Justinas Danis

Blockchain is the biggest buzzword being run off at the mouth ever since Bitcoin came into the scene.  Blockchain is the underlying technology which has given Bitcoin a trusted entity. There’s a staggering amount of research going on under the hood-name Blockchain technology for some years now. This short guide will demystify this technology and its different implementations. Blockchain in precise: It’s a decentralized public ledger technology that provides unique way of storing records of all transactions without any breach. At the beginning, blockchain disruption to some industries put many peer businesses into uncomfortable zone. However, with trends changing, they started realizing ...

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How Blockchain Technology Will Reinforce Trust in Digital Transaction

Published October 26.2017 Posted By Justinas Danis

Of late, people have started questioning everything that happens on the internet. In the absence of adequate control on the information available online the growing distrust required a solution which is amply offered by blockchain. This term is yet not familiar with most people and has not gained popularity like the Internet of Things or cloud. It’s not something you can see or touch, but it certainly is a very viable answer to the lack of accountability on what is made available on internet, and even on the most trusted websites like Wikipedia. As we become more dependent on internet, our ...

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