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Blockchain and Encryption: The Coming Quantum Wars

By Dick Weisinger

The sum value of all cryptocurrencies amounts to a pretty penny — Bitcoin alone has a market cap in the range of one trillion dollars. An advantage of cryptocurrencies is that they operate without a middleman. There is no bank

Decentralized Social: Can Blockchain Realistically Take on FaceBook and Twitter?

By Dick Weisinger

FaceBook, Twitter, and Google are some of the biggest tech players that have built successful social media platforms. These platforms have in many ways improved our lives and made it easier for anyone to contribute and comment on just about

Blockchain: Ledger for Data Trust, Security, Transparency, and Traceability

By Dick Weisinger

“Blockchain is becoming a legitimate disruptor in a myriad of industries… The technology can revolutionize government, finance, insurance and personal identity security, among hundreds of other fields.” — Sam Daley, SEO Strategist at Versus “Blockchain is not only crappy

Blockchain and Consensus: Will Cybercurrencies Drain the World’s Power Supplies?

By Dick Weisinger

Blockchain provides a decentralized way for tracking information. Blockchains eliminate the need for a central authority to control the accuracy of the information. The key to the trustworthiness of the blockchain is the consensus algorithm it uses to guarantee correctness.

Bots: Hackers Program Bots to be Smarter and more Resilient

By Dick Weisinger

Malicious bots are doing blockchain. Researchers at Akamai have discovered a type of bot that can automatically update itself with new versions of software and new mother ship location information. Bots can interact with cron or system scheduling systems and