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Bitcoin: Some Contrarians Dare to Question BlockChain

By Dick Weisinger

A couple of weeks back I posted the article “Bitcoin: The Economics are Unsustainable.”  Maybe now that a single Bitcoin trades in the range of $15-20,000 that argument holds less water.  But by all measures, Bitcoin still seems like an incredible

Bitcoin: The Economics are Unsustainable

By Dick Weisinger

While electronic currencies like Bitcoin gain popularity and recognition, one aspect of Bitcoin you may not know about is how expensive it is. With Bitcoin you don’t have the expense of needing to print bills and mint coins, but there

Blockchain Patents: Businesses Register Blockchain Patents

By Dick Weisinger

Bitcoin and BlockChain were first invented in 2009. Over the last few years, numerous patents have been filed for how blockchain can be applied to applications other than as a currency.  Especially in the financial industry, the Bank of America

IoT + BlockChain = IOTA: A Second Generation BlockChain Implementation

By Dick Weisinger

The Internet of Things  (IoT) is all about machines and devices that collect, transmit, and sometimes receive information on the internet. Blockchain is a unique way to make a secure record of a transaction and then publicly record the details

BlockChain and Insurance: Decentralizing Ledgers to make Claims Processing more Efficient

By Dick Weisinger

Banks and finance companies are already actively exploring the blockchain technology.  In early 2017, for example, more than 30 companies, like Accenture, BP, BNY, Mellon, Microsoft, Intel, JP Morgan, and UBS teamed up in an alliance calle the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance