Can Blockchain Be Used To End World Poverty?

Since 2015, approximately 10-11% of the worlds population lives on less than $1.90 per day which is the bare minimum a human being can survive on without dying of starvation or any related causes. This percentage consists of more than 600-700 million people worldwide from predominantly underdeveloped or developing countries. The United Nations and many... Continue Reading →

Blockchain Technology As A Tool To Stop Corruption

The invention and use of cryptocurrency and it's underlying technology - blockchain enables us to access a global decentralized database that is constantly updated and hosted on millions of computers in a synchronous manner and verified using digital signatures and smart contracts where anyone situated anywhere can view and access this information. Unlike centrally run... Continue Reading →

Digital Collectibles: CryptoKitties

You’ve probably heard of cryptocurrencies, but CryptoKitties are crypto-collectibles. They’re like digital beanie babies or baseball cards. It sounds silly, but the concept of CryptoKitties is testing a profound idea. Can a digital good be rare? Every fifteen minutes, Axiom Zen releases a new CryptoKitty that only one person can buy. They’ll do that until... Continue Reading →

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