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Technology can exist for a while before a mass consumer use is found for it.


Do you remember when you purchased your first home computer— and if so what do you use it for? Geeks and accountants drove the early sales, but in 1993— BOOM!  This happened… It was called Mosaic — the first web browser. And you know what happened next. The world tilted on its axis. Did You See It Coming? The killer app, and the catalyst, for the mass adoption and use of home computers, was the Mosaic web browser. We’ll look back in history for clues that could set up, like the Mosaic browser for home computing, the “Killer Apps” for blockchains, the Apps that will bring awareness of blockchains to the public.

Each week we’ll be discussing potential triggers for the mass adoption of blockchain technology. What if the catalyst for the mass adoption and rollout of blockchains has not happened yet?


New this week!

Week 51

Can inflation, geopolitical events, or a country in crisis be beneficial to cryptocurrencies?

In a crisis, here are the top ten things that become scarce - fast. Generators, water filters, portable toilets, seasoned firewood, lamp oil, guns, ammunition, knives, and baseball bats. After these items, it is the staples. Can openers, whisks, honey, sugar, rice, beans, and wheat.

Week 52

Which cryptocurrencies could benefit if public data harvested from the Internet is weaponised?

In March 1991, when the NSFNET changed their usage policy to allow for commercial traffic, it opened the door for the commercialisation of the Internet. Recognising moments in time where the game has changed is not so easy in real time, and now, thirty years later, is the Internet about to be reengineered, and, if so, are blockchain based systems likely to be used in the reconstruction?



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