This 36.5 million dollar property has just been sliced into digital shares, and you could own a piece of it via blockchain. Could this be the future of real estate?
The technology in this video is not only relevant and cutting edge, but it reads like a who’s who and what’s what of the hottest buzzwords around today: Cryptocurrenncy, Python, TensorFlow, Keras.
In all all seriousness, this is a really good demo and exploration of said technologies.
Whenever I talk about Blockchain to most people, I am almost guaranteed to get two responses. Folks will either confuse Blockchain with Bitcoin or claim that Blockchain is a solution looking for a problem.
Well, thanks to this infographic, the latter response is no longer an issue. 🙂
[h/t to Ricardo Fernández]
How can blockchain technology help improve the supply chain?
All physical products must take a journey from the factory to the consumer and this journey is called the supply chain. Unfortunately, the path to the consumer isn’t straightforward, there are sometimes dozens of intermediaries involved in this process.
That includes quality assurance, drivers, procurement officers, etc. Blockchain acts as an immutable store of data, and removes the need for one or more third parties. It can help save both businesses and consumers time and money in this case. In this video Siraj Raval demonstrates a solidity app that tracks asset, talk about a real world example called SyncFab, and discuss the different ways blockchain can affect the supply chain.
Code for this video: https://github.com/syncfab/smartcontract
Siraj Raval shares his genius in this Q&A/AMA live stream where he shares his thoughts on blockchain, AI, VR, learning techniques, and a bunch of other software related topics.
The one and only Siraj Raval takes a closer look at Hashgraph.
In case the last video I posted didn’t explain blockchain well enough, here’s Siraj’s take on the technology.
David Schwartz explains how to develop Blockchain software.
I first heard of Ripple while watching Bloomberg TV, where the CEO of the company was touting the cryptocurrency and its rapid acceptance by the financial establishment. That made me wonder: how could a company “own” a cryptocurrency? Wouldn’t that make it centralized? Isn’t that antithetical to cyrptocurrencies?
Fortunately, Siraj Raval comes to the rescue with a great explainer video on Ripple
Here’s a two hour course explaining why Blockchain is a big deal.