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What is an ICO?

ICO stands for "initial coin offering," and refers to the creation and sale of digital tokens. In an ICO, a project creates a certain amount of a digital token and sells it to the public, usually in exchange for other cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin or ether. The public could be interested in the tokens on …

What is a DAO?

Imagine this: a driverless car cruises around in search of passengers. After dropping someone off, the car uses its profits for a trip to a charging station. Except for it's initial programming, the car doesn't need outside help to determine how to carry out its mission. That's one "thought experiment" brought to you by former …

What is a Decentralized Application?

Internet users don't have sole control over the data they share on today's websites. Ethereum is unique in that it attempts to wield the blockchain as a way to correct what its designers believe is a problematic part of the internet's design. It's like a "decentralized appstore" where anyone can publish their unstoppable apps (dapps), …

Why Use a Blockchain?

As the implications of the invention of have become understood, a certain hype has sprung up around blockchain technology. This is, perhaps, because it is so easy to imagine high-level use cases. But, the technology has also been closely examined: millions of dollars have been spent researching blockchain technology over the past few years, and …

What are Blockchain's Issues and Limitations?

There are treacherous passes in any technological revolution. Some people in the blockchain industry have pointed out that blockchain has become overhyped, when, in reality, the technology has limitations and is inappropriate for many digital interactions. But through research and development, success and failure, and trial and error, we've learned the current issues and limitations of blockchains. …

How Could Blockchain Technology Change Finance?

This question has been asked by every futurist research lab in many of the largest banks, central banks, financial institutions, think tanks, consulting firms and government committees around the world. R3CEV, a consortium effort financed by some of the world's largest banks, is busy trying to answer this question. Goldman Sachs, McKinsey Consulting and Consumers' Research …

What Are the Applications and Use Cases of Blockchains?

Blockchain technology is a revolution in systems of record. Bitcoin is history's first permanent, decentralized, global, trustless ledger of records. Since its invention, entrepreneurs in industries around the world have come to understand the implications of this development. The nature of blockchain technology has got imaginations running wild, because the idea can now be applied …

What is the Difference Between a Blockchain and a Database?

As stated in our guide "What is Blockchain Technology?", the difference between a traditional database and a blockchain begins with architecture, or how the technologies are orchestrated.   A database running on the World Wide Web is most often using a client-server network architecture. A user (client) with permissions associated with their account can change entries …

What is the Difference Between Public and Permissioned Blockchains?

In our guide "How Does Blockchain Technology Work?", we introduced a description of the three technologies that make up blockchain technology: cryptographic keys, a distributed network and a network servicing protocol. Bitcoin is the most ambitious kind of blockchain. Anyone can use bitcoin's cryptographic keys, anyone can be a node and join the network, and anyone can become …