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The differences between “blockchain” and “software”

Le Oct 29, 2020
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During a recent training about innovation in Finance that I was delivering, I decided to do a whiteboard exercise and list the differences between “a blockchain” and a conventional “software” with the help of the participants, in order to teach them how to distinguish the real from the ...

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Le Oct 29, 2020
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The differences between “blockchain” and “software”

The differences between “blockchain” and “software”

During a recent training about innovation in Finance that I was delivering, I decided to do a whiteboard exercise and list the differences between “a blockchain” and a conventional ...

Don’t be fooled: Blockchains are not miracle security solutions

Don’t be fooled: Blockchains are not miracle security solutions

Blockchains are neither security holes nor miracle security solutions. They must be considered within their ecosystem and addressed using standard methods.

Hashgraph Vs Blockchain: A Detailed Comparision

Hashgraph Vs Blockchain: A Detailed Comparision

Check out the detailed comparisons between Hashgraph and Blockchain. The Blockchain vs Hashgraph covers speed, security, consensus, fairness, and much more!

Blockchain Scalability: Current Challenges and Potential Solutions

Blockchain Scalability: Current Challenges and Potential Solutions

Solving the blockchain scalability challenge requires coming up with new consensus mechanisms that support different nonfinancial use cases.

An overview of blockchain consensus protocols

An overview of blockchain consensus protocols

The concept of blockchain first emerged in the Bitcoin whitepaper, published in 2008. Since then, the brainchild of the individual or group…

The truth about blockchains and cybersecurity

The truth about blockchains and cybersecurity

The idea that blockchains or distributed ledgers may bring benefits in terms of cybersecurity is a widespread myth. Even the US Department of Defense fell for this myth in a recent report ...

Blockchain Consensus Protocols: Why Does It Matter?

Blockchain Consensus Protocols: Why Does It Matter?

For thousands of years human societies have had consensus protocols running implicitly allowing for shared traditions, shared cultures and…

VMware Claims Greater Scalability With Open-Source Blockchain Project

VMware Claims Greater Scalability With Open-Source Blockchain Project

VMware has revealed "Project Concord" – an open-source blockchain effort that addresses scaling issues by altering a common consensus algorithm.

Why Proof of Stake is Less Secure Than Proof of Work

Why Proof of Stake is Less Secure Than Proof of Work

There are many reasons why PoS is less secure than PoW, very likely many more reasons than explained in this article. PoS systems are better called "non-proof-of-work distributed ledgers" ...

3-minute introduction to blockchain technology

3-minute introduction to blockchain technology

Imagine a world without computer databases. There would be no e-commerce, no ATMs, no Internet banki...

Decryptionary Helps New Investors Understand Crypto Terms

Decryptionary Helps New Investors Understand Crypto Terms

Rising cryptocurrency markets may once again arouse the interest of new investors. The crypto space has its specifics and it takes some effort to acquaint Rising cryptocurrency markets may ...

Meet Project Concord: An Open Source Distributed Trust Infrastructure

Meet Project Concord: An Open Source Distributed Trust Infrastructure

Introducing Project Concord: VMware blockchain technology that serves as an open source distributed trust infrastructure. Get all the inside scoop on the new project here!

Holochain vs. Hashgraph …and when is consensus needed in distributed computing

Holochain vs. Hashgraph …and when is consensus needed in distributed computing

Hashgraph has been getting some press and many are excited about the speeds it promises... but there are some gaps.

What Is a Blockchain Consensus Algorithm?

What Is a Blockchain Consensus Algorithm?

Consensus algorithms are responsible for maintaining the integrity and security of every blockchain network. Learn about these on Binance Academy.