Healthcare is another popular industry where blockchain has made a contribution. The Blockchain has provided a new foundation and structure for health information management, creating electronic medical records more efficient, without including intermediaries and allowing patients to manage their records themselves.
When you keep your cryptocurrency on a centralised exchange, you’re missing out on the security benefits of cryptocurrency. Instead, your deposits have a significant chance of being lost or stolen because of the compounding risks associated with centralised exchanges
Blockchain deployment is still gathering steam, but cloud providers are already moving to offer it as an enterprise service. That could help companies who don't want to take on the expense of a new architecture or find developers to deploy and maintain it.
Blockchain is turning from something revolutionary to just another model of the same old, rotten system. If your thought that Bitcoin would democratise the financial order and will cut out the middlemen, think again.
It’s not about the technology you are using: Blockchain, tangle, 2x blocks, smart contracts, segwits, lightning networks, Schnorr or whatever the nerds will come up with. A problem can be solved in different ways.
The issue is more profound. Satoshi’s original vision is flawed.
Parity’s and Ethereum’s founder Gavin Wood lost all of his money from his new ICO venture Polkadot that is supposed to revolutionize and connect blockchains together with some strange paradigms of ‘fishermen’ because he can’t seem to implement one of the most basic smart contracts on Earth.
We deeply regret the situation and we are working hard on several Ethereum improvement proposals (EIPs), both contributing to previously existing ones and suggesting new ones that have the potential to unblock funds. These improvement proposals will also address general cases of blocked funds.