The SEC and Goldman Sachs have recently tackled the over-and often misleading-usage of the word “blockchain.” To remedy this perhaps, companies are banning the use of the word “blockchain,” instead using the term “Digital Ledger Technology,” or, DLT for short?
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Blockchain is passé (It’s All About DLT)
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Blockchain Backtrack: Spread of Cryptocurrency
The advent of cryptocurrency, such as bitcoin, has seen widespread and rapid use to the point where high-profile companies are beginning to take an interest by allowing electronic currency to be used for their transactions.
Blockchain, which was developed alongside Bitcoin, revolutionized this field by acting as a sort of ledger that records every transaction and storing this information on a global network, preventing the tampering of digital currency and building security and trust between Blockchain and its users, making it an increasingly popular method of electronic payment. Below learn more from news excerpts. For more blockchain education, check out Byte Academy's course.
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Our Blockchain Bootcamp in Bloomberg
Bloomberg has a great article on rising demand of blockchain developers and the lack of supply. Our course starts on October 25th, Apply now or contact us to find out more about the course.
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Quant Traders: Real Rocket Scientists? Magic? Rulers Of Wall Street
Known as the “the Rocket Scientists of Wall Street” (as initially labeled by Investopedia) Quant traders or analysts - "Quants" - maybe understandingly intimidating to many. However, as their returns increase, more are becoming aware of their power. Quants are a specialized set that cannot be ignored…
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Data Analysis: Smart Phones & Other Trends In Will Creation
Writing a last will and testament is not usually an activity associated with millennials. However, young people are thinking differently about protecting their families, and, in turn are "disrupting" the will industry like many others. And in doing so, they are dragging Gen Xers and Baby Boomers along with them.