The emergence of apps based on blockchain – Web 3.0

Current technologies and solutions suffer from limitations that keep them from seriously challenging centralized incumbents. The most severe limitations are around performance and scalability. The next few years will be about fixing these limitations and building networks that form the infrastructure layer of the crypto-stack. After that, most of the energy will turn to building …

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Is Facebook in trouble?

Facebook made the news this month with a story that more than 50 million users’ data had found its way off of the Facebook platform and into the hands of Cambridge Analytica (a political consulting firm).25 This was not a ‘hack’ of the Facebook platform. This apparently happened when a firm, named GSR, which had …

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Still don’t understand #Blockchain and #Bitcoin ? Start here

The world has been captivated by the drama surrounding Bitcoin’s meteoric rise and subsequent collapse. In December, the price of a single coin reached nearly $20,000 before plummeting to below $6,000 in early February. Matters seemed decidedly grim when economist Nouriel Roubini slammed the “melting bitcoins” of the crashing cryptocurrency. Several days later, the general …

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The Top 5 Cafe’s to visit in Torino

Coffee (and I mean really good coffee) and Italy belong together like cup & saucer, like Tristan & Isolde, Like Romeo & Juliet, like Anric & Lauralouise, like Thelma & Louise – I think you get the point that I am trying to make. It’s a match made in heaven and Italy excels at making great coffee, even the gas stations have better coffee than you can find in London or New York (and by the way, that horrid acidic stuff from Starcucks, is not actually coffee; were talking about real coffee here.

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so whenever were at the Villa Boomerang – we love visiting the ancient city of Torino nearby, its only one and a half hours away, and my wife normally loves stopping at the Vico