Blockchain Represents the "Fourth Industrial Revolution"Mark Melin
Despite recent electoral attempts to slow down globalization, in reality that trend has a powerful force behind it that is not slowing down. In part, Blockchain, or distributed ledger technology as certain developers refer to it, is illustrative of the force of globalism. As talk of regulation of the underlying technology platform fades in and out, a 51-page World Economic Forum report points not to any one authority maintaining control over a global peer to . . .
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