IEEE Spectrum Publishes Special Section Devoted to Understanding Blockchain
The special section is titled “Blockchain World” and includes 10 articles and one video.
From the Blockchain World Website:
When Bitcoin was unleashed on the world, it filled a specific need. But it wasn’t long before people realized the technology behind Bitcoin—the blockchain—could do much more than record monetary transactions. That realization has lately blossomed into a dazzling and often bewildering array of startup companies, initiatives, corporate alliances, and research projects. Billions of dollars will hinge on what they come up with. So you should understand how blockchains work—and what could happen if they don’t.
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Blockchains: How They Work and Why They’ll Change the World
How Blockchains Work
How Smart Contracts Work
The Ridiculous Amount of Energy It Takes to Run Bitcoin
Do You Need a Blockchain?
Wall Street Firms to Move Trillions to Blockchains in 2018
Why the Biggest Bitcoin Mines Are in China
Illinois vs. Dubai: Two Experiments Bring Blockchains to Government
Blockchains Will Allow Rooftop Solar Energy Trading for Fun and Profit
The Bitcoin Blockchain Explained
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