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Blockchain tech: una rivoluzione per rogiti, burocrazia, economia  ?

  • If instead someone sent you an email saying ” ‘s 10 dollars” you probably wouldn’t trust it.
  • With blockchain we can save a lot of this cost because it lets us send money just like sending an email.
  • Instead of sending a lot of payment information through a few servers, blockchain uses thousands of personal computers on the internet.
  • To make sure no one’s cheating or sending money they don’t have, these “messages” go through a few trusted banks that keep a record of everything.
  • But when we “transfer money”, use an ATM or pay with a deposit card that’s pretty much exactly what we do.

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@ItaliAperta: “Blockchain tech: una rivoluzione per rogiti, burocrazia, economia ?”


Blockchain is the Tech that runs Bitcoin. In the finance industry it could save $1.7 Trillion in yearly transaction fees and it could disrupt other industries in similar ways. This short explainer video explains how the Blockchain works..

Checkout the video script and production files for this explainer video below.


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Running With Two Extra Legs, and Twice the Effort

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  • “If I’m just walking in my crutches, I’ll crutch, swinging my good leg, but if I’m racing, I’ll do a sequence of ‘crutch, leg and extra hop,'” she said. “
  • The same holds true for the record for the most marathons on crutches (six).
  • When Nolting raced a half-marathon in Nevada in May, spending 3 hours 32 minutes 13 seconds on crutches to traverse 13.1 miles, she beat 43 people who were running on both feet.
  • Maggie Nolting finished the Revel Mount Charleston Half Marathon in 3 hours 32 minutes 13 seconds on crutches, with a broken foot.
  • Racers using crutches complain about gear they consider woefully old-fashioned.

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@Million_Bitcoin: “She “ran” a half-marathon on crutches, and still beat 43 people …”


Maggie Nolting broke her left foot training for a half-marathon and decided to run it on crutches, entering a crowded — and sometimes brutal — field of competition.


Running With Two Extra Legs, and Twice the Effort

Donald Trump Criticizes Muslim Family of Slain U.S. Soldier, Drawing Ire

  • The Khans, before their convention appearance, had spent no time in the public eye.
  • “There was really no benefit for Trump in suggesting that Ghazala Khan had been muzzled, because she could easily come out and say that she had been too grief-stricken to speak, which she did.”
  • In Tribute to Son, Khizr Khan Offered Citizenship Lesson at Convention JULY 29, 2016
  • Donald J. Trump belittled the parents of a slain Muslim soldier who had strongly denounced Mr. Trump during the Democratic National Convention, saying that the soldier’s father had delivered the entire speech because his mother was not “allowed” to speak.
  • Politics | Donald Trump Criticizes Muslim Family of Slain U.S. Soldier, Drawing Ire

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@StephensWSJ: “Trump’s smear of Ghazala Khan is despicable. And if you don’t agree, you’re despicable.”


In an ABC interview, Mr. Trump implied that Ghazala Khan’s silence while her husband spoke about their soldier son’s death at the Democratic convention may have been because of her Muslim faith.


Donald Trump Criticizes Muslim Family of Slain U.S. Soldier, Drawing Ire

How The Payment Industry Is Innovating In 2016

  • Continue to monitor the payments industry and see what these trends could mean for you in the coming years.
  • 2016 will see the payments industry innovate, as new companies seek to disrupt it.
  • Online International Payment Platforms are Challenging Banks
  • Mobile payments have become an established part of the payments industry in the last five years.
  • By far the biggest change in the payments industry is with virtual currency.

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@Pjotrww: “How the Payment Industry is Innovating (2016)

#blockchain #security #fintech #banking #moneytransfer #authentication”


The payments industry is one that has been growing at an incredible rate in recent years. Current forecasts predict that it will


How The Payment Industry Is Innovating In 2016

Why Hillary Wore White

  • Thursday night was Mrs. Clinton’s moment, and one for all women.
  • White, along with purple and gold, were the official colors of the National Woman’s Party and the suffragist movement.
  • Fashion & Style | Why Hillary Wore White
  • According to a history of the National Woman’s Party from the Belmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument in Washington, an early mission statement for the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage noted : “The colors adopted by the union are purple, white and gold, selected for the significance they bear in the work the union has undertaken.
  • Geraldine Ferraro, the first female candidate for vice president did when she wore white to the 1984 Democratic convention to accept her nomination.

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@Million_Bitcoin: “By wearing a white suit, Hillary Clinton honored the women who had gone before her …”


By choosing a white suit, the presidential nominee honored the women who had gone before her.


Why Hillary Wore White

Blockchain: the answer to life, the universe and everything?

  • There are many blockchains, as companies are born with different needs from a distributed ledger than those of Bitcoin.
  • The company has gone through some changes since it was launched in 2013 , and the blockchain now forms a core part of its offering.
  • Bitcoin is starting to look less important than the engine that drives it – the blockchain.
  • The blockchain was developed as a means of creating digital property without the need for a central authority keeping track of who owns what.
  • Bitcoin was the first technology to use the blockchain, but the currency is now starting to look a bit like the steam pumping engines invented in the 17th century.

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@Daniel_EI: “#Blockchain: the answer to life, the universe and everything?”


Bitcoin hasn’t lived up to the salvation rhetoric, but the digital engine behind the currency may be about to change the world


Blockchain: the answer to life, the universe and everything?

The history of money: from barter to bitcoin

  • Wearable technology is set to disrupt the world of money once more, as Barclaycard trials a contactless payments wristband.
  • Money has been a part of human history for almost 3,000 years.
  • The infographic below shows how money has developed from these early roots through to Apple’s instant iPhone payments and bitcoin – the world’s first decentralised crytocurrency.
  • From the origins of bartering to modern money, this is how the system has evolved
  • At the dawn of humanity, bartering was used in lieu of money to buy goods.

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@HeartlandHPY: “While we’re experts on moving modern currency, we might have had some trouble with its predecessors.”


Money has been a part of human history for almost 3,000 years. From the
origins of bartering to modern money, this is how the system has evolved


The history of money: from barter to bitcoin