Future Prospects Of Blockchain You May Not Know

  • The glorious revolution that the blockchain and cryptocurrency are affecting on our day to day activities will make one wonder the future effect of cryptocurrencies and blockchain.
  • The Opakeco Foundation, a new blockchain venture with a vision of the world where humanitarian causes are fully transparent and held accountable, has deemed it possible to achieve humanitarian transparency using blockchain technology and smart contracts.
  • The ICO for the charity blockchain, which was launched on the 21 September, 2017 is making big progress.
  • Other Areas Where Blockchain Will Function

    Supply chain and management, ride sharing, education, voting among others are going to be shocked by blockchain.

  • The blockchain is a revolution that may become the future of the internet, with many prospects and incoming development, it is a future driver of the world’s economy.

The glorious revolution that the blockchain and cryptocurrency are affecting on our day to day activities will make one wonder the future effect of crypt…
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Embracing the Internet of Things doesn’t necessarily mean forfeiting privacy

  • The merging of blockchain technologies with the long-foretold Internet of Things resolves security concerns in a hyper-connected world, according to Amit Sharma, vice president and digital head of Indian technology solutions firm Tech Mahindra.
  • Data protection and privacy issues are often cited as a major roadblock to the complete adoption of an Internet of Things (IoT).
  • But one solution comes in the form of a blockchain, which is a highly-secure and auditable form of data storage originally conceived for digital currencies.
  • And the cryptographic algorithms being used by Blockchain will obviously help us to protect this data,” Sharma, who directs and coordinates Tech Mahindra’s innovative business development activities, told “Squawk Box” on Wednesday.
  • This technology would give businesses a lock and key to data.

Blockchain technologies could ease privacy concerns about the Internet of Things, according to Tech Mahindra’s Amit Sharma.
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Embracing the Internet of Things doesn’t necessarily mean forfeiting privacy

  • The merging of blockchain technologies with the long-foretold Internet of Things resolves security concerns in a hyper-connected world, according to Amit Sharma, vice president and digital head of Indian technology solutions firm Tech Mahindra.
  • Data protection and privacy issues are often cited as a major roadblock to the complete adoption of an Internet of Things (IoT).
  • But one solution comes in the form of a blockchain, which is a highly-secure and auditable form of data storage originally conceived for digital currencies.
  • And the cryptographic algorithms being used by Blockchain will obviously help us to protect this data,” Sharma, who directs and coordinates Tech Mahindra’s innovative business development activities, told “Squawk Box” on Wednesday.
  • This technology would give businesses a lock and key to data.

Blockchain technologies could ease privacy concerns about the Internet of Things, according to Tech Mahindra’s Amit Sharma.
Continue reading “Embracing the Internet of Things doesn’t necessarily mean forfeiting privacy”

Embracing the Internet of Things doesn’t necessarily mean forfeiting privacy

  • The merging of blockchain technologies with the long-foretold Internet of Things resolves security concerns in a hyper-connected world, according to Amit Sharma, vice president and digital head of Indian technology solutions firm Tech Mahindra.
  • Data protection and privacy issues are often cited as a major roadblock to the complete adoption of an Internet of Things (IoT).
  • But one solution comes in the form of a blockchain, which is a highly-secure and auditable form of data storage originally conceived for digital currencies.
  • And the cryptographic algorithms being used by Blockchain will obviously help us to protect this data,” Sharma, who directs and coordinates Tech Mahindra’s innovative business development activities, told “Squawk Box” on Wednesday.
  • This technology would give businesses a lock and key to data.

Blockchain technologies could ease privacy concerns about the Internet of Things, according to Tech Mahindra’s Amit Sharma.
Continue reading “Embracing the Internet of Things doesn’t necessarily mean forfeiting privacy”