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Blockchain: Making Crypto More Sustainable

By Dick Weisinger

Blockchain solutions have been criticized because of the huge amount of energy needed to power the currencies. Bitcoin alone consumes 150 terawatt hours of electricity annually — the same amount used by all of Argentina, a country of 45-million people.

Blockchain: Redesigns that Improve Sustainability and Performance

By Dick Weisinger

Blockchain is a distributed technology that runs on a peer-to-peer network for decentralizing transactions. Blockchains can remove the need for banks and central clearing houses and have been applied in the areas of fund transfers, trading, logistics, contracts, voting, and

Blockchain: The Etherium Merge has Shipped and GPU prices are Dropping

By Dick Weisinger

Last week, September 15th, marked the completion of the Etherium cryptocoin’s ‘Merge‘. Etherium has migrated from a Proof-of-Work model to a Proof-of-Stake model. With ‘Proof-of-Work’, Etherium ‘miners’ needed to use massive amounts of computer cycles to derive new Etherium coins.

Blockchain Disruption: Cryptocurrency will be ‘Solid Alternative’ or Substitute for Fiat Money in 5-10 Years

By Dick Weisinger

Cryptocurrencies are on track to replace fiat government-issued currencies within ten years according to separate predictions by Deloitte and Deutsche Bank. The Deloitte report found that “the end of physical money as we know it represents an overdue — and

Blockchain: Financial Services Being Forced to Redefine Themselves

By Dick Weisinger

The rise in popularity of Bitcoin and other crypto coins and currencies is getting business and government to reevaluate crypto and how they should address it. Financial service companies in particular worry that cryptocurrencies could be a threat to their