Where Artificial Intelligence, networking nerds and the mob and terrorism all meet. Cisco has just joined up to the EEA which in itself is not so surprising. Cisco has been declining in things that really matter for a while now. Routers and networking hardware are their bread and butter but they have their limit. Declining … Continue reading #dailydoug Ethereum, Mastercard, Cisco, online gaming
But with all the hodgepodge going on around altcoins and all the rest it sometimes feel like it. I like to think that if I get capture the bitcoin moment in its current state of play then I can possibly understand it a bit more. That was my lofty plan. But I'm stuck. By my … Continue reading #dailydoug This is not a altcoin blog
After trying in some detail to discover new ways to propose social networks I stumbled across the idea of a limited social network. The new variant would be able to harness probably the worst traits of hum and social interaction but arranging the structure on the ideas of exclusivity and inclusion into the foundations of … Continue reading A new variant for Social Network.
For anyone in the crypto market, mega volatility is part of the play. As I was about to get into the task of buy a couple of different altcoins I noticed that I was probably a bit behind in the general culture and offering that the altcoin market had to offer. Actually the only two … Continue reading #dailydoug Stepping in to cryptocurrencies 2
Ever heard of linkcoin, onyxcoin (version 2, no less), xryptbit, and limicoin. The day before that, we saw the birth of bizcoin, shopcoin x, filebit, palestinecoin. No? Well then you're not up to speed with cryptocurrencies. Delving into the cryptocurrency (why is this word not in my spell check yet?) is for the large part … Continue reading #dailydoug Stepping into to cryptocurrencies?
Curve, Pixoneye, Gridspace Cracking the Santander ecosystem One quick look at where Santander is throwing its money through its InnoVentures unit will tell you Santander is creating a workflow that gleans intelligence from mobile devices and uses it predict, recommend, execute purchases or simply add it all to a bigger data pool. All without leaving the comfort of … Continue reading #dailydoug An expeditious look at three Santander acquisitions and what they mean.
If bitcoin has been called “digital gold,” then what does that make blockchain The blockchain was created for the all intents and purposes for the exchange and settlement what we now call cryptocurrencies. The idea being to tear from the very heart of the financial transaction the need for an intermediary or middleman. The essence … Continue reading Understanding Blockchain trust through Ripplepay.
Are you an early-stage entrepreneur in technology fields like distributed ledger and cryptocurrency? If so the first thing to do is hop on the link to a blog post about participating fintech startup OpenMineral https://blogs.thomsonreuters.com/answerson/zurich-based-startup-incubator-opens-with-open-mineral/ Then look at and think about their 6-month program hosted in Thomson Reuters Labs #Zurich Region and benefit from a … Continue reading Thomson Reuters to engage with blockchain startups