The Day Will Come When One Coin Rule Them All
How Bitcoin's Blockchain Is Changing Money, Business, And The World
Even though the speed at which we can connect to the rest of the world is unmatched and gives buyers and sellers of goods and services direct links to each other, a fundamental lack of trust has led to the rise of new centralized power facilities like Uber and Airbnb that act as middlemen to improve trust. These companies become single points of failure and charge real value creators and service providers of goods and services a lot of money.
Also, these companies have a huge monopoly over the solution and its providers regarding setting compensation and rates and keeping consumers' access. By leveraging technology, they make the purchasing process easier for buyers and sellers.
Blockchain technology has the promise and the chance to change this completely. This technology could eliminate the need for intermediaries by giving buyers continuous and unchangeable trust. The technology can lead to value that is saved separately, smart contracts, and journals that are spread out across the network and are always there. Technology and openness keep transactions and the truth of the information in check, eliminating the need for centralized control. In their book Blockchain Change: How the Technology Behind Bitcoin Is Changing Money, Business, and the World, architects Don and Alan Tapscott explain this.
In the book "Tate You Want a Change," the authors talk about what they call "Blockchain's 7," which are the seven style ideas of the Blockchain Revolution:
● Networked Honesty: Stability is built into the network and can't be changed.
● Distributed Power: There aren't just a few things that can go wrong.
● Value as an incentive: a less straightforward way to compare how much a transaction is worth.
● Safety and security are built into everything.
● Personal privacy is controlled by the people who own the data, not by systematized custodians.
● Civil liberties can't be taken away, so rights are safe.
● Incorporation means that everyone can take part.
The writers explain that, even though technology has led to big changes in how financial transactions look on the outside, the way these transactions are cleared and fixed on the inside hasn't changed much since the 1970s. Accountancy is still based on ideas from the 1500s.
They say that banks, finance, and credit reporting companies have made a lot of money and costs just through group power and not by making more valuable things to buy. Moving and storing value, as well as making transactions, cost money. Financial institutions have also stopped giving easy interest payments to savers whose money is used to make money for the institutions.
The lack of cash or lack of business with banks makes it unprofitable for nearly two billion people worldwide to access financial services. Blockchain technology would make it possible to make deals of any size, even small ones, making the global economy accessible to everyone.
The writers also talk about how, in the book publishing and music industries, authors and record label companies have so much power over advertising and distribution that they make more money than the creators of value, the authors and musicians. Blockchain has the potential to take power back from suppliers and give it to the people who make products.
Makeovers discuss Blockchain's Golden 8 characteristics.
Authenticating both Identity and Value: With PKI-based cryptography, this makes it possible for everyone to be known for a long time. A stable verification and value representation system like this could be used in many different ways by rating companies, marketing, financial, repayment card networks, regulators, and many other companies and systems.
Moving Value: Small and large amounts of value could be moved directly from one person to another without intermediaries, delays, or expensive intermediate purchases.
Maintaining Value: People wouldn't have to worry about shaky county building paperwork to safeguard their cash or real estate ownership, and they wouldn't need banks to keep their money.
Giving Value: Direct deals between lenders and borrowers can change how money is used.
Value Exchange: The time it takes to sign a contract for an exchange could be cut down to minutes instead of weeks or days. Smart contracts can do away with downtime, fraud, censorship, and third-party interference.
Funding and buying a property or business: Peer-to-peer financing and investments could make the current dominance of giants in this field unnecessary.
Providing Value and Addressing Risk: Actuarial designs may be significantly altered. Many people who are now thought to be too risky because they don't have a deal history could take part in the system more fully at a lower price.
Accounting for Value: This might modify bookkeeping, reporting, and tax, as well as greatly improve the transparency of all purchases and enable accurate control.
These features can completely change the world we live in now, the financial solutions industry, and our ideas about a business. Innovative journals, smart contracts, and identities that can't be disputed could help grow a real business and even freedom by giving everyone a bigger role.
True capitalism goes against the current systems, which put a lot of emphasis on Power and give executives incentives that align with what they bring to a company.
There are risks and promises.
Shares the following ten implementation problems that blockchain technology is likely to face from people who don't like it and people who are used to the way things are:
● The technology isn't ready to be used.
● The amount of power used is not sustainable.
● It will be stopped or twisted by the federal government.
● It will be used by powerful people who are used to the old way of doing things.
● The rewards are not enough for a large group of people who are spread out.
● Blockchain is a great piece of work.
● Trying to control the Method is like trying to herd cats.
● Autonomous brokers in different places will type Skynet.
● Big Brother (still) likes you a lot.
● It will be used by people who do bad things.
As the authors explain, blockchain technology will face strong headwinds and serious challenges. These include attempts by political leaders and governments to undermine and privatize this open-source technology and the fact that many established businesses stand to lose in the network economy of the future.
During the age of data processors, the network change was brought about by a few outsiders who saw the new world and worked methodically to fight and break down the old. In some cases, this meant changing from one generation to the next.
Most likely, the new blockchain revolution will be led by people and organizations that work and think differently and don't have a stake in the old system or benefit from it. There are already such newer service blockchains, and more are being made all the time. Ethereum, Airbnb, and other blockchain-based apps for sharing value and goods pressure companies like AirBnB and Uber to centralize.
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