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Blockchain will stay a buzzword until everyone unites behind one chain

On Sep 30, 2020
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We were promised a symphony of innovation, but all we got was a cacophony of speculation, argues Jimmy Nguyen @JimmyWinSV https://t.co/CrifTlndGr
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Having the world use one distributed ledger will support technical uniformity, interoperability of applications and a more honest planet.

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On Sep 30, 2020
@Cointelegraph shared
We were promised a symphony of innovation, but all we got was a cacophony of speculation, argues Jimmy Nguyen @JimmyWinSV https://t.co/CrifTlndGr
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Blockchain will stay a buzzword until everyone unites behind one chain

Blockchain will stay a buzzword until everyone unites behind one chain

Having the world use one distributed ledger will support technical uniformity, interoperability of applications and a more honest planet.

A DARPA Perspective on the Development of the Internet

A DARPA Perspective on the Development of the Internet

A feature story describing DARPA's invention and development efforts supporting the creation and growth of the internet yesterday, today, and in the future.

Evolution of the internet: Celebrating 50 years since Arpanet

Evolution of the internet: Celebrating 50 years since Arpanet

50 years after the birth of the internet's precursor, Arpanet, there are more internet-connected devices than people in the world, and traffic is measured in exabytes.

Bob Kahn

Bob Kahn

Robert Elliot Kahn (born December 23, 1938) is an American electrical engineer, who, along with Vint Cerf, invented the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and the Internet Protocol (IP), ...

The internet’s fifth man

The internet’s fifth man

Louis Pouzin helped create the internet. Now he is campaigning to ensure that its design continues to evolve and improve in future

The fight for the internet (1)

The fight for the internet (1)

We need to find a way out of this.

Fifty years of the internet

Fifty years of the internet

Leonard Kleinrock Contributor Share on Twitter Leonard Kleinrock is the Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Computer Science at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering. When my team of ...

Supply Chain Revolution: From Internet To Ordernet

Supply Chain Revolution: From Internet To Ordernet

As the future of the Ordernet draws near, businesses must quickly choose what side of progress they want to be on and either disrupt or be disrupted.

Vinton Cerf On The Challenges Of Today’s Digital Society

Vinton Cerf On The Challenges Of Today’s Digital Society

Vinton Cerf, chief Internet evangelist at Google and considered one of the

The End of Techno-Utopianism

The End of Techno-Utopianism

Editor's Note: This piece is part of a full report, "Reassessing 1989," which looks at the major events of that year, including the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Tiananmen Square protests, ...

Short History of the Internet

Short History of the Internet

From THE MAGAZINE OF FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION, February 1993 Written by Bruce Sterling Literary Freeware – Not for Commercial Use F&SF Science Column #5 “Internet” Some thirty years ago, ...

On the Darknet Side: The Role of Crypto as a Means of Exchange

On the Darknet Side: The Role of Crypto as a Means of Exchange

Why is Bitcoin popular among cybercriminals, and what is the future of cryptocurrencies in the darknet?

Crypto AM shines its Spotlight on CoinGeek Live

Crypto AM shines its Spotlight on CoinGeek Live

The Bitcoin network and blockchain which underpin it represent a transformative technological leap. However, beyond its best-known use case as