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Blockchain Trilogy - Parts I, 2 & 3 + Easter Egg - By TrendFollower

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This article touches on security tokens. I have mentioned this in other posts and some of you may remember my references to 'Token Economy', 'Tokenisation' and 'Tokenomics'. If one opens their mind then one may begin to appreciate the strong possibility of this which could be coming towards a future very soon. 

‘Blockchain Revolution’ Is Bigger Than Anything We’ve Seen in History: Overstock CEO

https://www.ccn.com/blockchain-revolution-is-bigger-than-anything-weve-seen-in-history-overstock-ceo/

 

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@cryptotrader,

I assume you mean 'Proof of Work' when you state POW?

The World Economic Forum have no vested interest as far as I am aware trying to promote Blockchain.

The World Trade Organisation (WTO) are making some interesting predications and yes that is all they are predictions which should not necessarily mean they will come true but the article presents them below.

Blockchain will add US$3tn to international trade by 2030, predicts WTO

https://www.gtreview.com/news/fintech/blockchain-will-add-us3tn-to-international-trade-by-2030-predicts-wto/

I have commented on other threads about the 'Token Economy', 'Tokenomics' and 'Tokenisation'. The article below is happening. 

Potential $20M Real Estate Sale Looks To The Blockchain

https://www.pymnts.com/blockchain/2018/real-estate-sale-digital-payments-the-hub/

I think Blockchain is still gaining traction regardless of the 'noise' surrounding the price action of Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies. They are just merely behaving in major correction mode. This has happened several times before since inception. It is nothing new but Blockchain is continuing to progress. I accept the adoption is slow but large corporations are seriously looking to apply Blockchain technologies to their businesses. 

Time will tell but based on the reading and research I have conducted in this area I am confident that Blockchain is here to stay and is the coming future. There will be many areas where it is not needed and therefore not applied but for auditing purposes, supply chain purposes and transaction purposes it is already starting to gain momentum. 

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