Smart Contracts are like contracts with superpowers.
DeFi is becoming more and more popular as the main use case for cryptocurrencies. This video explains in detail what DeFi is and what you should know about before getting involved.
An intro to blockchain, cryptocurrency and decentralized finance (Defi).
Tune in to the premiere of “Smart Contracts 101” for a high level overview of the powerful tool that is the smart contract. This is the first in a series of educational videos covering Blockstack’s Clarity smart contract language.
The unique infrastructure of the Fetch.ai network will optimize the world we live in. In this video we explain the real-world benefits our innovative technology will introduce.
Fetch.ai is a world-changing project, a “decentralized digital world” where autonomous software agents act on the behalf of their owners, or themselves, to get useful economic work done.
We are a dynamic, fast-growing international team of experts and forward-thinking technology enthusiasts working on the convergence of blockchain, AI and multi-agent systems. We are building technology for both today and tomorrow – a collective super-intelligence on top of decentralized economic internet built with a highly scalable next-generation distributed ledger technology. Combined with machine learning, this delivers the predictions and infrastructure to power the future economy.
Developing fascinating and promising new technology, we have a team of top class software engineers and researchers working across multiple fields (multi agent systems, machine learning, economics, cryptography).
To further improve our solutions and deploy them in real life scenarios, we also collaborate with top academics and corporate partners across the world .
We believe our technology will improve how we communicate, it will give voice and new opportunities to people, organizations and the Internet of Things, effectively democratizing the space and improving lives of citizens.
IOTA Smart contracts are executed off-chain and can settle agreements on the smallest scale.
Blockchain is a very powerful group of technologies that facilitates distributed trust. As a decentralized system, it is incredibly robust and adaptable, advantages which are counterbalanced by its slow speed and inefficiency. It is an essential requirement for digital currencies, like Bitcoin, which are useful in places where central banks are ineffective or very expensive. Bitcoin also allows users to do things the government doesn’t approve of, which might be criminal or political or revolutionary or trans-national. But digital currencies are also incredibly volatile and it’s hard to predict their future. Blockchain, on the other hand, offers utility far beyond digital currencies. As we continue to evolve our relationship with technology and privacy, we can see a role for smart contacts, which could be used to negotiate trust and approval across large networks. In the Mirror World, where individuals are constantly contributing virtual objects and artifacts, there is a massive need to verify whether things are legitimate or not. In the physical world, blockchain can be embedded to track the provenance of objects and to confirm authenticity. In a world of 8 billion people, a distributed system like this makes a lot of sense, and many experiments are underway to reduce the need for computational cycles, reducing the environmental costs. We are still waiting to see how decentralized systems like blockchain scale up, and we are still exploring what it’s really good for, but I expect that this technology will become part of the ecosystem of invisible infrastructure in the next 10 years. This video on “The Future of Blockchain” was commissioned by China Mobile as part of an online course. It is one of 36 lecture videos.
Not all cryptocurrencies have their own blockchains. Instead they run on top of other platforms like ERC20 tokens run on top of Ethereum. This video explains what these tokens are and why ERC20 was created.
If we look at now, we’ve developed a really interesting piece of middleware because the problem is when you’ve got lots of disparate markets, even if they get a digital moving assets between those markets, so where those assets are held on the custody at those markets or elsewhere is incredibly difficult.Continue reading “How will Tokenization and Smart Contracts shape the Future of IPOs?”
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