The constant chatter of Blockchain and it’s relevant keywords is bound to make one feel intimidated and overwhelmed.
Throughout history, technology always manages to plateau.
I am the Blockchain! I am invincible because I replicate myself on multiple computers. Yea like the Ultron. You cannot corrupt me.
Each month, another company publishes a whitepaper, claiming to have solved the scalability problems faced by Ethereum.
A small group of disgruntled people who feel left out of Bitcoin’s meteoric rise complain that Bitcoin’s developers add new features to its basic tool kit “too slowly”, and that innovation on it has stagnated.
By enabling the secure sharing of nearly anything—without intermediaries or their fees—the technology could redefine peer-to-peer platforms and the customer experience.