How the Blockchain Market Is Emerging in the World
Blockchain surely holds a strong market and it is expected to grow at a great rate in the coming years. The Asia-Pacific region is expected to surpass others in adopting blockchain, specifically in the financial sector.
What to Expect from Blockchain in 2020?
Blockchain in the future will revolutionize business processes in many industries, but its adoption requires time and effort. Nevertheless, in the near future, we can expect that governments will finally accept blockchain benefits and begin to use it for improving financial and public services.
Will Blockchain disrupt the world of data storage as we know it?
Blockchain-enabled data storage seems to provide the advantages described above. The question is, in the context of the Enterprise how long will it be before business leaders consider it proven enough to dive in?
[Infographic] Gartner’s Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2019
Infographic on Gartner’s tech trends 2019
Blockchain: Towards Smarter Digital Contracts
Before understanding what is Blockchain we should be clear that Blockchain is not Bitcoin (digital money) it is so much bigger than that, it is not Regulated and difficult to comprehend.
Adoption of Blockchain and Interoperability Challenges
Like any other technology, blockchain will mature with time and involvement by private vendors and open source communities. As per Gartner’s hype cycle for emerging technologies published in 2017, it will take 5 to 10 years more for blockchain to get implemented to its full potential.
[Infographic] Blockchain: Connecting the Dots
The blockchain is a distributed ledger that is completely open to anyone. They have an interesting property: once some data is written in the blockchain it becomes very difficult to change it. So how does that work? Well, let us take a closer look at a block. Each block contains some data, the hash of the block and the hash of the previous block.
Getting Started with Blockchain Technology
As the name indicates, a blockchain is a chain of blocks that contain information. The blockchain is a distributed ledger that is completely open to anyone. They have an interesting property: once some data is written in the blockchain it becomes very difficult to change it. So how does that work? Well, let us take a closer look at a block.