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How Might Blockchain Technology Be Used in Five Years?

Blockchain technology is evolving at an exhilarating pace, but one thing is becoming ever clearer – that it represents the future of trust and transparency. Block.one stands at the vanguard of the technology’s evolution, and in this video key team members assess where it might go in the next five years.

What Is a Cryptocurrency?

Cryptocurrency is a digital asset for exchange, but it’s more than just that. “It’s a unit of account designed to bring a community together.”, says Brendan Blumer, CEO of Block.one. Find out what other ways there are to understand the concept of a cryptocurrency in this video.

Why Should People Pay Attention to Blockchain Technology?

Blockchain technology profoundly changes how businesses operate and are structured. The Block.one team – including our CEO, Brendan Blumer – explains why you need to pay attention now to what blockchain means for the future.

Is Blockchain Only for Fintech?

Blockchain can be used for a lot more than just Fintech. In fact, any multi-user system can benefit from using a blockchain. As key members of the Block.one team – including our CTO, Dan Larimer – explain in this video, the technology eliminates the need for passwords and paves the way for a more secure…

What is a “Smart Contract”?

A “Smart Contract” combines a legal contract with code to automate the execution of specific terms of agreement between parties in an objective way. Dan Larimer, CTO of Block.one, and Bart Wyatt, from our Engineering team, explain more in this video.

What Does It Mean to Decentralize a Technology Platform?

Decentralizing a technology platform means distributing control over the platform among users and ensuring that no single actor has too much influence over it. Members of the Block.one team – including our CEO, Brendan Blumer – share their thoughts on decentralization in this video.

What is Blockchain?

People describe blockchain technology in different ways, but at heart a blockchain is a public digital ledger that records all the transactions inside a given network in a publicly verifiable and cryptographically secure way. In this video, Block.one’s founder and CEO, Brendan Blumer, argues that blockchains are simply “a secure version of the internet.” They…

What is Blockchain Governance?

Blockchain governance is a lot like other kinds of governance, except that it’s underpinned by smart contracts and transparent voting on the blockchain. Key members of the Block.one team, including our CTO, Dan Larimer, explain more in this video.

How Can Blockchain Help Solve Environmental Issues?

What are some of today’s most pressing environmental issues and how can blockchain help solve them? Watch this video to learn about blockchain’s potential for ecological impact, according to our participants, mentors and judges.

How Can Blockchain Help Improve User Security and Privacy?

In a world where personal data usage, security and privacy issues are growing concerns, how can blockchain help return control to users? Watch this video to learn about blockchain’s potential for driving greater transparency between businesses and users, from our participants, mentors and judges.

How Can Blockchain Help Drive More Value Back to Users?

How can blockchain help businesses align interests among stakeholders and drive more value back to users? Watch this video to learn about blockchain technology’s potential to create a fundamental competitive advantage by re-imagining business models.

EOSIO

Why Build on EOSIO?

The EOSIO community is rapidly expanding by the day, and the growth in our ecosystem is a testament to how excited developers, entrepreneurs and designers across the board are about the development of the EOSIO software.

What Projects are Building on EOSIO?

On EOSIO, businesses across a multitude of sectors and industries are moving quickly to build a decentralized future for commerce and communications. In this video, key members of the Block.one team, including our Head of Developer Relations, Serg Metelin, describe the EOSIO ecosystem.

How are Transactions Feeless on EOSIO?

With blockchain platforms that use a proof-of-work consensus mechanism, there are fees for each transaction processed. EOSIO eliminates these by having the network shoulder the burden of these costs – through inflation – rather than making the individual users of the network pay to access its combined resources. In other words, ownership of tokens covers…

Is EOSIO Centralized?

In EOSIO, token holders can elect 21 block producers to process transactions, which distributes power amongst the token holders and aligns the interests of all parties involved. The biggest difference between EOSIO and other blockchain protocols is how much we have decentralized the core concepts of the chain.

Is Block.one Launching the EOSIO Blockchain?

“EOSIO blockchains can only be launched by communities,” said our CEO Brendan Blumer. Rather than having one entity control the blockchain, multiple parties come together to validate transactions, making it a truly decentralized system.

What are Block Producers?

“Block Producers are like the DJs at a radio station,” said CTO Daniel Larimer. Find out what that means from this video about Block Producers who operate EOSIO based blockchains.

Block.one

Who is Block.one?

Block.one – a producer of highly scalable, high-performance, open-source software – is at the forefront of developing the next generation of the internet. We make it our mission to build a secure and connected world.

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